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Cuba Flag

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The Cuba flag has 5 horizontal blue and white stripes. On the left is a red triangle pointing right, with a white star in the center.
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Our flag of Cuba is manufactured in America from high-quality nylon, a lightweight fabric that flies easily even in gentle breezes. Nylon is also a fray-resistant and quick-drying material, which helps prevent mildew growth and prolong its lifespan. The iconic stripes and solitary star are digitally printed for vibrant, crisp colors.

These Cuban flags come with a sturdy canvas heading and brass grommets for secure attachment to any of our outdoor flagpoles. We offer this design in sizes 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. Our 3’ x 5’ flag is a bestseller among our customers and an excellent fit for our 6’ tangle-free flagpole.

Cuba Flag Features:

  • Produced in the USA with quality craftsmanship
  • Authentic 1902 design
  • 100% durable nylon
  • Reinforced canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable mounting

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

Cuba Flag Meaning & History

Cuba’s flag was designed in 1849 by Narciso López and Miguel Teurbe Tolón, with the original sewn by Tolón’s wife, Emilia. It was first flown in the town of Cárdenas in 1850 and was officially adopted in 1902 when Cuba achieved independence from the Spanish Empire.

The three blue stripes on the Cuban flag each stood for a national regulatory department at the time of the flag’s creation, and the white represents purity. The red triangle symbolizes strength and quality, and the white star stands for independence.

Cuban Flag vs Puerto Rican Flag

The Puerto Rican flag has an almost identical design to the Cuban one, except that the colors of the blue stripes and red triangle are swapped. Puerto Rico’s flag is intentionally based on Cuba’s. During the fight against the Spanish Empire, the people of Puerto Rico and Cuba united in their missions for independence. Thus, in 1895, the Revolutionary Committee of Puerto Rico adopted a variation of Cuba’s flag to represent their shared vision.

Other Details

Motto: "¡Patria o Muerte, Venceremos!" / "Homeland or Death, we shall overcome!"
Capital: Havana
Language(s): Spanish
Currency: Peso, Convertible Peso
Government: Single-Party Marxist-Leninist Socialist Republic
Flag Meaning: The blue stripes stand for the three old divisions of the island, while the two white stripes represent the strength of the independent ideal. The red triangle represents equality, fraternity, and freedom. as well as, the blood shed during the struggle for independence. The white star symbolizes the absolute freedom among the Cuban people.