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Comoros Flag

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The Comoros flag has 4 horizontal yellow, white, red & blue stripes. A green triangle on the left contains a white crescent and 4 stars.
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Our Comoros Islands flag is proudly constructed in the United States using high-quality nylon. This fabric is lightweight, meaning it can fly even in light winds. Nylon is also a quick-drying material, which helps prevent mildew growth after contact with water. The flag’s design is digitally printed using UV-resistant inks, ensuring your flag will last even when flown during sunny days.

Our Comoros flags are equipped with a strong canvas header and brass grommets for installation on any of our outdoor flagpoles.

Comoros Flag Features:

  • Manufactured in the USA, upholding our dedication to domestic industry
  • Official 2001 design
  • 100% durable nylon
  • UV and weather-resistant
  • Sturdy canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for easy mounting

Our indoor Comoros flag, adorned with gold fringe and equipped with a pole sleeve, offers an elegant option for formal displays.

Note: To increase the lifespan of your flag, avoid use during inclement weather conditions. Check out our blog post about flag care to learn best practices for extending your new flag’s lifespan.

Comoros Flag Meaning & History

The current flag of Comoros was designed and adopted in 2001, keeping the design elements of the white crescent moon and four stars from the previous flag. The four stripes represent each of the major islands that make up the country: yellow for Mohéli, white for Mayotte, red for Anjouan, and blue for Grande Comore. The green triangle containing the crescent and stars are emblems of Islam, the nation’s majority religion.

Other Details

Motto: "Unité – Solidarité – Développement" / "Unity – Solidarity – Development"
Capital: Moroni
Language(s): Comorian, Arabic, French
Currency: Comorian Franc
Government: Federal Presidential Republic
Flag Meaning: The four stripes and stars stand for the islands as the crescent represents Islam.