The National Flag of Peru integrates three colorful vertical bands with equal dimensions.In the Peru flag picture the stripes on the left side and right side bands are tinged with red and the middle stripe is white.
The main difference between the national flag of Peru and its State flag is that the later contains the emblem of the national coat of arms in the central point of the flag.
The proportion of the Peruvian flag is described as 2:3. The Color of Red signifies the blood shed for achieving Peruvian independence and the white represents peace.
|Official Name:||Republica del peru|
|Location:||In western South America on the pacific bordered by Ecuador Colombia Brazil and Bolivia.|
|Area:||1, 285, 220 Sq. km.|
|National Flag:||Three vertical stripes of red white red with the national arms in the center.|
|National Anthem:||Marcha Nacional National March (1822).|
|National symbol(s):||vicuna (a camelid related to the llama)|
|National colors:||red, white|
|Name:||“Himno Nacional del Peru” (National Anthem of Peru)|
|Lyrics/Music:||Jose DE LA TORRE Ugarte/Jose Bernardo ALZEDO|
Fact about Peru flag
|Adopted||February 25, 1824 (current triband version).|
|Design and Colors||A vertical bicolour triband of red, white and red|