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Jamaica Flag

The explanation for the symbols of the Jamaican Flag

The flag of Jamaica is designed with the Cross of St. Andrew. This cross is the symbol of that on which he was attached and martyred, Jesusí first apostle. Long time colony of British kingdom, the flag of Jamaica was first, as many members of the Commonwealth, predominantly blue, and bearing the Union Jack in the canton (upper left quarter). This new flag was adopted in 1962 when the country attained independence. Apart from the cross of St. Andrew, yellow diagonals, the flag is coloured green (triangles top and bottom) and black (triangles at the hoist and wind). These colours are very symbolic of the history and geography of the country, the yellow represents the mineral wealth, black the difficulties experienced by his people, and green natural patrimony, but also hope for the future.

National Jamaican Flag

You can download it in different sizes, in a decidedly modern design for your personal use, or for wider use. Jamaica's flag is available in 4 different sizes.

Large Jamaican flag

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Flag of Jamaica