Flag of St. Lucia

Flag of St. Lucia
Facts, history and meaning about the flag of St. Lucia

St. Lucia is located in North America.

The official ISO 3166 code for St. Lucia is:


The triangle represents the two highest mountain peaks, Gros Piton and Petit Piton.

The black and white color of the triangle are together a symbol of African and European cultural influences. Yellow stands for the sun that shines brightly across the islands and is seen as a symbol of prosperity. The bright turquoise color represents the sky and the ocean.

The yellow and black triangles are also said to be a symbol of the two volcanic peaks of Two Pitons at Soufrière. The flag was designed by a local artist named Dunstan St. Omer. It was adopted on February 22nd, 1979.

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