Flags from South America

All the nation flags from South America.

South America, a continent known for its vibrant cultures, stunning landscapes, and diverse ecosystems, is home to 12 countries (plus French Guiana which belongs to France), each with its own distinct flag that represents its identity and heritage.

The flag of Brazil, the largest country in South America, features a green field with a large yellow diamond in the center, inside of which is a blue circle with 27 white five-pointed stars. These stars represent the 26 states of Brazil and the Federal District. The green symbolizes the lush forests, the yellow represents the country's abundant resources, and the blue represents the sky and the nation's aspirations.

Argentina, a country renowned for its passion for football and tango, displays a flag with three horizontal stripes of light blue, white, and light blue. The light blue stripes represent the clear skies, while the white represents peace and purity.

The flag of Colombia consists of three horizontal stripes of yellow, blue, and red. The yellow stripe represents the country's rich natural resources, the blue symbolizes the seas and rivers that surround Colombia, and the red signifies valor and courage.

Venezuela's flag is made up of three equal horizontal stripes of yellow, blue, and red. The yellow represents wealth and resources, the blue represents independence from Spain, and the red signifies courage and resilience.

Peru proudly showcases a flag with three vertical stripes of red, white, and red. The red outer stripes symbolize the blood shed by those who fought for independence, while the white stripe represents peace and purity.

These are just a few examples of the vibrant flags that represent the countries of South America. Each flag tells a unique story, reflecting the history, culture, and aspirations of its respective nation.

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