The blue part of the Uzbekistan Flag stands for water and the blue firmament whereas the white section signifies peace. The new moon has dual meaning, one representing Islam as a significant portion of the population of Uzbekistan are Muslim and the other signifying the new birth of the nation.
The 12 stars of the National Flag of Uzbekistan represents the twelve months of a year. The green part of the flag signifies lush green vegetation on the fertile lands. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 Uzbekistan was formed and the flag was officially hoisted.
|Location:||In Central Asia|
|Area:||447, 400 Sq. km.|
|Official Languages:||Uzbedk (jaga)|
|National Flag:||Blue white and green stripes with the white edged in red and in the upper stripe a white crescent and 12 white stars.|
|National Anthem:||Untitled (1992)|
|National symbol(s):||khumo (mythical bird)|
|National colors:||blue, white, red, green|
|Name:||“O’zbekiston Respublikasining Davlat Madhiyasi” (National Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan)|
|Lyrics/Music:||Abdulla ARIPOV/Mutal BURHANOV|
Fact about Uzbekistan flag
|Adopted||18. November 1991|
|Design and Colors||A horizontal blue, white and green stripes, separated by two narrow red stripes. A crescent and three rows of twelve stars are situated on the left side of the upper blue stripe.|