Flag of Nauru
Adopted January 31, 1968 [1]
Designed by (unknown tenant)
Proportions 1:2

The flag of Nauru consists of a blue background, a yellow horizontal stripe running through the center of the flag, and a white twelve-pointed star in the third quarter of the flag.

Symbolism[edit | edit source]

The blue represents the Pacific Ocean, which surrounds the island of Nauru. The yellow stripe represents the equator, and the star represents Nauru. The twelve points on the star represent the twelve local tribes of the island. [2] The white represents phosphate.

References[edit | edit source]

Australia.svg Australia Fiji.svg Fiji Indonesia.svg Indonesia Kiribati.svg Kiribati
Marshall Islands.svg Marshall Islands Micronesia.svg Micronesia Nauru.svg Nauru New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Palau.svg Palau Papua New Guinea.svg Papua New Guinea Samoa.svg Samoa Solomon Islands.svg Solomon Islands
Timor-Leste.svg Timor-Leste Tonga.svg Tonga Tuvalu.svg Tuvalu Vanuatu.svg Vanuatu

Dependencies and other territories

Christmas Island.png Christmas Island (Australia) Niue.png Niue (New Zealand)

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