Title: Equatorial Guinea Flag
Resolution: 3840 x 2160

The flag of Equatorial Guinea, a Central African nation situated on the Gulf of Guinea, features a distinctive design that symbolizes the country’s history, values, and aspirations. Adopted on October 12, 1968, the flag consists of three horizontal bands of green, white, and red. The green band at the top represents the lush vegetation of the country, signifying its rich natural resources. The white band in the middle symbolizes peace, while the red band at the bottom represents the country’s struggle for independence. In the center of the white band, a blue shield with a silk-cotton tree, a symbol of national prosperity, stands prominently.

The blue shield is adorned with a golden sun and a cocoa tree, representing the nation’s wealth and potential for a prosperous future. Beneath the shield, the country’s motto, “Unidad, Paz, Justicia” (Unity, Peace, Justice), is inscribed in bold black letters on a white ribbon. The Equatorial Guinea flag encapsulates the country’s historical journey, from the struggle for independence to its commitment to unity, peace, and justice. The combination of vibrant colors, symbolic elements, and the national motto creates a visually distinctive flag that resonates with Equatorial Guinea’s national identity and values, serving as a proud emblem for its citizens and representing the nation on the global stage.