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Guyana Flag

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The Guyana flag is green with a black-outlined red triangle inside of a larger white-outlined yellow triangle pointing to the right.
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Our Guyanese flag is crafted in America from high-quality nylon, a lightweight material that flies beautifully even in mild weather. Nylon is a quick-drying fabric, which helps prevent mildew growth after rain and wet weather. The red, yellow, and red design is digitally printed for sharp lines and deep, fade-resistant colors.

These flags come with a robust canvas header and brass grommets for secure attachment to any of our outdoor flagpoles. We recommend adding grommets on the fly corners to hang this flag on walls or fences.

Guyana Flag Features:

  • Proudly manufactured in the United States
  • Authentic 1966 design
  • 100% durable nylon
  • Sturdy canvas heading
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Our Guyana flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve is a great option for elegant indoor displays.

Guyana Flag Colors, Meaning & History

The national flag of Guyana was first adopted on May 26, 1966, upon the country’s independence from the British Empire. The new design was created by Whitney Smith and replaced the series of British Blue Ensigns that had been used for the region. This design did not initially have the white and black outlines when it was proposed in 1962, but these were later added before the flag’s official adoption.

The green background represents the agriculture and forestry of the land, while the yellow is for the country’s natural resources. The yellow arrowhead’s white outline symbolizes water, specifically the rivers. The red triangle stands for dynamism, and its black outline is for endurance.

Other Details

Motto: "One People, One Nation, One Destiny"
Capital: Georgetown
Language(s): English
Currency: Guyanese Dollar
Government: Unitary Republic
Flag Meaning: The green represents the land, the yellow symbolizes the abundance of minerals and future, the red refers to the enthusiasm to build a nation, the white signifies water, and the black exemplifies perseverance and endurance.