The Bosnian flag consists of a blue base with seven, white five-pointed stars crossing the flag diagonally and vertically, and descending from left to right. Above and below the stars are two half stars. To the right of the stars lies a yellow isosceles triangle.
The three points of the triangle epitomize the three nations of Bosnia as Serbs, Bosniaks and Croats. The color of blue signifies truth, dedication, justice and integrity, while yellow suggests liberality. The white stars represent Europe.
: Bosnia and Herzegovina
: February 4, 1998
South-eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula
Nevesinje, Visoko, Lukavac, Cazin
19,741 square miles
Convertible Mark (BAM)
Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
: Drzavna himna Bosne i Hercegovine