Flag of Zambia TB2
Sunday, 24 July 2016
Texas, United States
In McClellan Creek View
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About This Item
The flag of Zambia, adopted in 1964, is green with an orange colored eagle in flight over a rectangular block of three vertical stripes, colored, from left to right: red, black and orange. The placement of the eagle and block of stripes at the flag's fly is unique as most emblems and devices on flags are placed at center or at the hoist. The colors used in the flag of Zambia are rich in symbolizm. Green stands for the nation's lush flora, red for the nation's struggle for freedom, black for the Zambian people, and orange for the land's natural resources and mineral wealth. Additionally, the eagle flying above the colored stripes is intended to represent the people's ability to rise above the nation's problems.
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