Description of the flag of Zimbabwe
The national flag of Zimbabwe is represented by seven horizontal stripes of the same width of different colors. In the center is a strip of black, which is surrounded by red stripes, behind the red stripes are yellow stripes. The farthest from the center of the band, at the edges of the flag, are green. At the Flagstaff shows a white triangle, surrounded by a border of black, and pointing to the right of the Flagstaff. On the triangle is a picture of a bird Zimbabwe soap stone, which was once found in the ruins of a large Zimbabwe. Behind the yellow statue is an image of a large red star.
The colors used in the Zimbabwe flag are traditional pan-African colors. The green color indicates the fertility of the land and agriculture of the country. Yellow symbolizes minerals, which are important natural resources of Zimbabwe. Red represents spilled blood in the war of independence during Chimurenga. Finally, black denotes the indigenous people of Zimbabwe and their heritage. The white color of the triangle symbolizes peace, and the red star means the growing hopes of the state. The soapstone bird is the national bird of Zimbabwe and a national symbol.
Total area:390,757 km2
Formation:18. 4. 1980
Currency:united states dollar (USD)