Flag of Liberia

Flag of Liberia
Facts, history and meaning about the flag of Liberia

Liberia is located in Africa.

The official ISO 3166 code for Liberia is:


The flag's eleven stripes stand for the states that signed Liberia's declaration of independence. The flag resembles the American flag, which serves to honor the contribution of the United States to the creation of the state of Liberia. The star in white is a symbol of freedom and is supposed to illuminate Africa, "the dark continent".

The flag was adopted on the 26th of July, 1847, in connection with their independence. Before, the flag had a white cross where the star on the current flag is featured. The last flag was used from 1827. The country originates from a colony of released American slaves, which was created in 1816.

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