|Flags of Neighboring Countries|
Paraguay Flag Description
The flag of Paraguay has three horizontal bands of equal width in red, white, and
The coat of arms of Paraguay has a yellow star on a blue circle, framed by a palm branch and an olive branch, encircled by a red band with "Republica del Paraguay" across it. On the reverse, the seal of the treasury has a golden lion, a staff topped with the Phrygian cap, a symbol of liberty. A red banner curves above, reading "Paz Y Justicia," which means "peace and justice."
The flag of Paraguay is very similar to the flag of the Netherlands, which features the same three horizontal bands, without a seal or emblem.
Fact about Paraguay flag
|Adopted||25. November 1842|
|Design and Colors||The flag of Paraguay consists of three horizontal stripes - the top stripe is red, the middle one white, and the bottom stripe is blue. In the middle of the Paraguay flag and white stripe there is an emblem. The front of the flag has the country's state coat of arms on it and the back has the country's Treasury Seal. The state arms on the front consist of a five pointed yellow star on a blue disc. Surrounding the star is an olive branch and a palm branch.|
Last Updated on : January 30, 2016