The flag of Paraguay (Spanish: bandera de Paraguay) was adopted in 1842. Its
design, a red–white–blue triband, was inspired by the colours of the French flag,
The Paraguay flag's colors were inspired by the French flag and are considered
the ... unity, purity and peace; and blue stands for liberty, benevolence and truth.
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Paraguay / Paraguái; Republic of Paraguay; República del Paraguay ... Origin
and symbolism of the colours; Emblems on the flag; Modifications of 2013;
Simplified ... What does the previous regulations actually say about the ratioif
anything? ... To mention only colour symbolism, red stands for patriotism,
courage, heroism, ...
Red stands for patriotism, courage, heroism, equality and justice. White for purity,
firmness, union and peace. Blue for tranquillity, love, knowledge, verity and ...
Jan 30, 2016 ... The National flag of Paraguay was formally approved and acquired on 25th of
November, 1842. Three equal horizontal bands of color ...
1812) of local independence was based on the Spanish flag; it had red-yellow-
blue stripes with a coat of arms. Later the colour blue was used in two quite ...
Very often, the colors used in a flag represent the values of that country (or other
entity). ... Go to a blackline master (printout) of the flag of Paraguay. Puerto Rico
note: similar to the flags of Chad and Romania, which do not have a national coat
of ... red, the traditional color for flags of Persian Gulf states, with a white serrated
... the gold band; the band colors represent the blue of the sea and sky and the
...... and reverse sides - the others are Paraguay and Saudi Arabia; Monaco: Flag
Jun 12, 2010 ... The white equilateral triangle stands for equality and fraternity. ... The Philippine
flag has changed its meaning through the years. ... The blue color of the sky,
means our hope in a future prosperity, through progress; the red means the blood
with which we ... What do you really like about your country?