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Flag of Dominica

Flag of Dominica

The flag of Dominica was accepted on 3 November 1978, with some minor modifications having been made in 1981, 1988, and 1990. The former flag was intended by playwright Alwin Bully in early 1978 as the country set for independence. Dominica Flag was used for government vessels entitled to fly this flag, and it was used overseas in suitable circumstances to represent Dominica.

The flag of the Caribbean island Dominica, which has been accepted in November 1978, containing a grass green leaf. A cross calm of three bands (yellow, black and white) are passes through the flag. The flag of Dominica has a disc of 10 stars for the parishes of the island.

History of Dominica Flag

The flag, assumed in 1978, landscapes the national bird emblem, the sisserou parrot, which also seems on the coat of arms granted on 21 July 1961. This parrot, widespread to Dominica, is a rare species with a population of only 250–350 individuals. The green field signifies the lush flora of the island. The cross signifies the Trinity and Christianity, with its three colors symbolizing the populaces, the lush soil, and the pure water. The 10 green five-pointed stars reprint the nation’s parishes. While the red ring stands for justice. The sisserou parrot is occasionally colored either blue or purple. The custom of purple makes the flag of Dominica has two flags of sovereign states.

The flag of Dominica was focused of a government-sponsored "Emblems Week" in 2016. An creativity of the independence committee, Emblems Week is meant at shiny on the meaning of the national emblems, and endorsing their use among members of the overall public and mainly among the country's schools.

Dominica Flag Design and Symbolic Meaning

A green arena with the centered cross of three stripes: the perpendicular part is: yellow, black and white and the straight part is: yellow, black and white and the red disk overlaid at the center of the cross bearing a elaborate Sisserou Parrot opposite the hoist-side encircled by ten green five-pointed stars.

About Dominica Republic

Dominica is an island country in West Indies. The island faces the Caribbean Sea to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and French islands of Guadeloupe in north, and Martinique at south.

The official language of Dominica is English and the currency is Eastern Caribbean dollar. Dominica comprises of two letters Dominica code i.e. DM and its three letters Dominica code is DMA and in digits it is 212. The calling code is +1-767 and the UTC i.e. standard time followed in Dominica is UTC +4 hours.

Dominica is a parliamentary democracy within the Commonwealth of Nations. Dominica has 10 parishes. These are Saint Andrew, Saint David, Saint George, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Luke, Saint Mark, Saint Patrick, Saint Paul, and Saint Peter.

Dominica Country Information

Country Dominica Republic
Continent North America
Official Languages English
Capital Roseau
Currency East Caribbean dollar $ (XCD)

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Dominica Time Zones

CET UTC-04:00
CEST UTC-04:00

Dominica Codes

Internet TLD DM
Three-letter country code DMA
Three-digit country code 212
Calling code +1767