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The Nicaragua flag is a horizontal dark blue and white triband with the national coat of arms in the center.
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Upgrade your outdoor display with the Republic of Nicaragua flag, proudly crafted in the USA from premium nylon. This durable, weather-resistant fabric is made for outdoor use and is designed to dry quickly to prevent mildew after rain. Additionally, the vibrant triband design and the national coat of arms are digitally printed for precise detail and fade-resistant, vivid colors, allowing you to fly this flag proudly even under direct sunlight.

Our flags have a robust canvas header and brass grommets for secure mounting on any of our outdoor flagpoles. We offer the Nicaraguan flag in sizes 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. View our table of standard flagpole heights and the matching proportional flag size for each if you need assistance.

Note: The 12” x 18” is the civil flag and does not feature the coat of arms.

Nicaragua Country Flag Features:

  • Manufactured in the USA with high standards of quality
  • Authentic 1908 design
  • 100% fray-resistant nylon
  • Reinforced canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable flying

Are you interested in the indoor version? Check out our Nicaragua flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.

Nicaragua Flag Meaning & History

The current flag of Nicaragua is based on the flag of the United Provinces of Central America. This state included the modern countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. This flag was also a blue and white triband with a coat of arms in the center. Nicaragua’s flag was first used on September 4, 1908, but wouldn’t be legally adopted until August 27, 1971.

The blue and white stripes are based on the flag of Argentina, which was inspired by the cockades worn by Argentinians fighting against Spanish rule. The coat of arms is shaped like a triangle to represent equality, while the five volcanoes within symbolize the five Central American countries that were once united. The rainbow above stands for peace, and the red hat, also known as a Phrygian cap, is a traditional symbol of liberty.

Other Details

Motto: "En Dios Confiamos" / "In God We Trust"
Capital: Managua
Language(s): Spanish
Currency: Córdoba
Government: Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
Flag Meaning: The blue stripes are stand ins for the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean sea. The white symbolizes purity. The triangle stands for equality.