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Congo (Republic of) Flag

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The Congo Republic flag has a wide diagonal yellow line from lower left to upper right, separating fields of green and red.
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This flag of the Congo Republic is produced in the United States from nylon fabric, a lightweight and weather-resistant material. The green, yellow, and red design is digitally printed to create vibrant, bold colors. The inks used in printing this flag are fade-resistant, which helps prevent sun damage from outdoor flying.

Our Congolese flags have a durable canvas header and brass grommets for secure hoisting on any outdoor flagpole, such as our popular 6’ tangle-free house-mounted pole.

Flag of Congo Republic Highlights:

  • Constructed in the USA, supporting American craftsmanship
  • Authentic 1959 design
  • 100% premium nylon
  • Sturdy canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable mounting

Our indoor Republic of the Congo flag, adorned with gold fringe and equipped with a pole sleeve, is an excellent option for formal displays.

Republic of the Congo Flag Meaning & History

The current flag of the Congo Republic was first adopted in 1959, replacing the French tricolor and becoming the country’s first national flag. The flag was replaced in 1970 and reinstated in 1991.

The green, yellow, and red colors used in the flag’s design are often used to represent Pan-Africanism. The green stands for agriculture and forests, yellow is for the friendship and nobility of the country’s citizens, and red is associated with the fight for independence.

Other Details

Motto: "Unité, Travail, Progrès" / "Unity, Work, Progress"
Capital: Brazzaville
Language(s): French
Currency: Central African CFA Franc
Government: Dominant-Party Presidential Republic
Flag Meaning: The green symbolizes the forests and agriculture, the yellow stands for "friendship and nobility," and the red's reference is left unknown.