|Flag of Equatorial Guinea|
|Adopted||October 12, 1968 |
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.
Symbolism[edit | edit source]
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.