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The national flag of the Gabonese Republic comprises three horizontal stripes of green (top), yellow (middle), followed by the blue stripe.
Gabon was originally an overseas territory of France and the country adopted its indigenous flag when the country gained independence from the French rule, on August 17, 1960.
The present flag was designed in 1959 but at the time the French tricolor was imposed on the flag. This was later removed after independence.
Official Name: Gabonese Republic
Flag Proportion: 3:4
Designed by: Louis Muhlemann
Location: Located in Central Africa; Bordered by Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, and Republic of the Congo
Capital City: Libreville
Major Cities:Estuaire, Nyanga, Ngounie
Area: 103,347 square miles
Currency: Central African Franc (XAF)
Official Language: French
National Anthem: The Concord
Fact about Gabon flag
|Adopted||August 9, 1960|
|Design and Colors||A horizontal triband of green, gold and blue|
Last updated on : December 22, 2015