The flag of Equatorial Guinea consists of a horizontal tricolour (green, white, red) with a blue right pile, and a stylized version of the national coat of arms appears in the center of the flag, inside the white stripe.
Blue represents the Atlantic Ocean, green represents the farmland of Equatorial Guinea, and the red represents independence, although the reason for this is currently unknown. White represents peace. 
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