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Mozambique Flag

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The Mozambique flag is a horizontal teal, black, and yellow tricolor. On the left is a red triangle with a book, hoe, and AK-47 on a star.
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Our Mozambique flag is constructed in the United States from high-quality nylon, a lightweight fabric that flies regally, even in gentle breezes. The design is digitally printed for intricate details and bright, fade-resistant colors, even when flown in direct sunlight.

Our Mozambique flags are equipped with a robust canvas header and brass grommets for secure installation on an outdoor flagpole. We offer these flags in sizes 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. Refer to our table of standard pole heights and the proportional flag size for each if you need assistance.

Republic of Mozambique Flag Features:

  • Proudly manufactured in the USA
  • Official 1983 design
  • 100% fray-resistant nylon
  • Strong canvas heading
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Our indoor Mozambique flag with gold fringe and a pole sleeve is an excellent choice for formal displays.

Mozambique Flag Meaning & History

The flag of Mozambique was adopted on May 1, 1983, replacing a similar design with diagonal stripes. Both flags were based on the Mozambican Liberation Front’s flag, a political party that helped lead to Mozambique’s independence from Portugal in 1975 and has been the ruling party since.

The teal stripe represents the land and natural resources, the black symbolizes Africa, and the yellow is for the nation’s mineral deposits. The red triangle and AK-47 stand for Mozambique’s fight for independence. The hoe represents agriculture, and the book is for education.

Other Details

Capital: Maputo
Language(s): Portuguese
Currency: Mozambican Metical
Government: Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
Flag Meaning: The red symbolizes the fight for freedom, the green embodies the land, the black refers to Africa, and the yellow represents mineral abundance. The yellow star of the emblem symbolizes the socialist beliefs the country holds, the book stands for education, the hoe represents agriculture, and the rifle refers to the nation's eagerness to defend its independence.