FLAGS OF THE CARIBBEAN


The Caribbean comprises many island nations and each one has its own flag. Here is a brief insight these colourful and beautiful flags of the Caribbean
Antigua and Barbuda
The sun represents the coming of a new era, the red shows the vitality of the general population, blue is trust and the blackstands for its African family line. The V shape is said to symbolize Victory.
Bahamas
The blackstands for the minds and unity of the general population, yellow for the sandy shorelines, and the sea green/blue symbolizes the Caribbean Sea.
Barbados
The two blue shades are said to stand for the sea, while the gold is for the sand on the island.
Cuba
The red triangle is the Masonic image for equality. La Estrella Solitaria, or the white Lone Star, is positioned on the red triangle.
Dominica
The yellow stands for its first occupants, blackfor the fertile soil, and white shows the pure water. The stars symbolize the ten island areas. The Sisserou Parrot is indigenous to the island.
Dominican Republic
The blue is for freedom, red for the blood of saints, and white for salvation. A little ensign rests at the centre of the flag.
Grenada
Red is emblematic of valour, yellow of intelligence and warmth, and green of vegetation. The left green triangle includes a little nutmeg, the most acclaimed fruit of the island. The gold stars stand for the six areas, and the centre star represents the capital city of St. George.
Haiti
As a previous French settlement, the blue and red hues are designed according to the French Tricolour. The national emblem delineates a trophy of weapons prepared to safeguard and ensure freedom.
Jamaica
Black represents the origin and personality of the general population which has enabled them to gain freedom. Yellow stands for the brilliant daylight and green for the lavish vegetation of the island.
St. Lucia
The blue represents the Caribbean Sea, and the triangles symbolize the island's renowned Pitons – the twin volcanic mountains.
Trinidad and Tobago
The two white stripes are emblematic of the abundant ocean, the red represents the general population, and black represents the diligent work and character of the people.
St. Kitts and Nevis
The green is said to be emblematic of the prolific land, black reviews the African legacy of St. Kitts, and red the general battle for freedom. The two white stars show expectation and freedom.
St. Vincent and The Grenadines
Blue represents the sky; yellow is for the warm weather. The green shading symbolizes the rich vegetation of the region.


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