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Haiti Flag

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The Haitian bicolor flag with two blue and red horizontal stripes. The national coat of arms is in the center.
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Celebrate Haiti's historical legacy and its achievement of independence with a high-quality Haitian flag.

Outdoor Haiti Flag

These flags are made in America from 100% nylon, a durable, quick-drying material perfect for outdoor flying. Additionally, these flags are mildew-resistant and are built to withstand heavy sunlight. This version uses a canvas heading and brass grommets designed to be flown from an outdoor flagpole.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Haiti Flag

For a more elegant look indoors, consider getting a flag of Haiti with gold fringe. These flags also come equipped with a pole sleeve for use with an indoor flagpole.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Sleeve
  • Gold fringe

Note: Indoor flags come in select sizes. Gold fringe is not meant for outdoor weather conditions. Please use these flags indoors.

History & Meaning of the Haiti Flag

The Haitian flag was first adopted by the Republic of Haiti in 1806, two years after the end of the Haitian Revolution from France, under the rule of President Alexandre Pétion. On February 25, 2012, the flag was codified in the updated Constitution of Haiti.

According to legend, the colors red and blue were chosen by revolutionary leader Jean-Jacques Dessalines, who tore the white stripe out of the French tricolor flag. Catherine Flon, a seamstress, sewed the remaining strips together to form the first Haitian flag. In the center of the flag is Haiti's national coat of arms, on which a trophy of weapons and a royal palm tree are shown to represent independence. The state motto of “L'Union fait la Force,” or “Unity makes strength,” is written underneath.


Other Details

Motto: "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" / "Freedom, Equality, Brotherhood"
Capital: Port-au-Prince
Language(s): French, Haitian Creole
Currency: Gourde
Government: Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic
Flag Meaning: The flag is based off the French flag and signifies the union of the Haitian people; the blue represents the black Haitians while the red represents the mulatto Haitians.