The yellow color is double the width of each of the other two colors. St. Vincent & The Grenadines is one of those rare countries which did not adopt the British ensign system.
The three diamonds on the flag of St. Vincent & The Grenadines are placed in a “v” shape for St. Vincent and resemble the fact that St. Vincent & The Grenadines group of islands are the gems of Antilles. Blue represents the sky, golden is for the warmth and bright spirit of the inhabitants and the sands of the area.
The green color in St. Vincent & The Grenadines
|Official Name:||St. Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Location of St Vincent and Grenadines:||An island in the Lesser Antilles national territory includes the Grenadine group lying south of St. Vincent.|
|Area:||389 Sq. km.|
|National Flag:||Three vertical stripes of blue and yellow-green with the yellow of double width and charged with three green diamonds.|
|National Anthem:||St. Vincent! Land so Beautiful (1969)|
|National symbol(s):||Saint Vincent parrot|
|National colors:||blue, gold, green|
|Name:||“St. Vincent! Land So Beautiful!”|
|Lyrics/Music:||Phyllis Joyce MCCLEAN PUNNETT/Joel Bertram MIGUEL|
Fact about Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag
|Country||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Adopted||21. October 1985|
|Design and Colors||Three vertical stripes of blue and yellow-green with the yellow of double width and charged with three green diamonds.|