The current Anguilla flag was officially adopted on May 30, 1990. This is the country’s fifth flag since 1957. The Anguillan flag is designed in blue with a British Union Jack flag in the top left corner and a shield on the right side. The coat of arms is on the lower right-hand corner of the flag. It consists of three orange dolphins on a white background with blue water beneath.
The dolphins stand for friendship, wisdom, and strength.
The country uses the British Flag in its flag, as it is a dependent territory of the United Kingdom.
The ratio of the flag is 1:2.
|Adopted on:||May 30, 1990|
|Location of the country:||Eastern Caribbean, east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands|
|Capital City:||The Valley|
|Major Cities:||Sandy Ground, Ebenezer, Saint Mary’s, White Hill|
|Area:||35 square miles|
|Population:||15,295 (2022 estimate)|
|Currency:||East Caribbean dollar (XCD)|
|National Anthem:||God Save the Queen|
|Name:||“God Bless Anguilla”|