National Flag of Solomon Islands

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,[3][6] as well as its significance to the country in the form of rivers, rain, and the Pacific Ocean.
  • Green: alludes to the land,[6][11] 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.[11] At first, these were meant to symbolize the provinces that the country was subdivided into at the time of independence.

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