National Flag of Solomon Islands was adopted on November 18, 1977.Zealander designed this Solomon Islands’s national flag.
Technical Specifications of Solomon Islands’s Flag:
- Adopted: November 18, 1977
- Proportion: 1:2
- Designer: Zealander
- Design: Yellow stripe dividing diagonally from the lower hoist-side corner.
What do the Colours of the Solomon Islands’s flag stand for?
- Blue: evokes the water, as well as its significance to the country in the form of rivers, rain, and the Pacific Ocean.
- Green: alludes to the land, along with the trees and crops that grow on it.
- Yellow: epitomizes the sun and its rays separating the land and the ocean.
- Five stars: are arranged in three offset rows at the canton, in the shape of the letter X. At first, these were meant to symbolize the provinces that the country was subdivided into at the time of independence.