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Netherlands Antilles Flag


The flag of Netherlands Antilles, an Island nation in the North America, was adopted on January 1, 1986.

Netherland Antilles Flag

Flag of Netherlands Antilles



Netherlands Antilles Flag however dates back to 1959 when it was first adopted.The Netherlands Antilles Flag consists of a white base.
The center of the flag has a red stripe that is arranged vertically with an equal sized blue strip placed horizontally across the top of the red strip. The blue strip bears five stars arranged in an oval pattern. The five stars in the flag of Netherlands Antilles represent the five main islands of the Antilles namely Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Maarten. The color combination of white, red and blue used on the flag refer to the Dutch flag.

Official Name: Netherlands Antilles

Capital: Willemstad

Location: It is a part of the Lesser Antilles and consist of two groups of islands in the Caribbean Sea, located southeast of the Virgin Islands.

Area: 800 Sq. km.

Official Languages: Dutch, English

National Flag: The center of the white flag has a red stripe that is arranged vertically with an equal sized blue strip placed horizontally across the top of the red strip.

Flag Ratio: 2:3

National Anthem: Anthem without a title

Fact about Netherlands Antilles flag


CountryNetherlands Antilles
Designed byNA
Adopted19. November 1959
Revision8. June 1905
Design and Colorswhite, with a horizontal blue stripe in the center, one-third of the flag's hoist, superimposed on a vertical red stripe of the same width, also centered; six white, five-pointed stars are arranged in a pentagon pattern in the center of the blue band
Size RatioNA

Last Updated on: January 30, 2016



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