National Flag of Dominica and Flag History
Full Name: Commonwealth of Dominica
Phone code: +1-767
Dominica National Flag
The national flag of Dominica Flag was conceived by the patrician Juan Pablo Duarte, Father of the Homeland.
National Flag of Dominica
Dominica Flag History
The national flag of Dominica design was approved by Los Trinitarios on June 16, 1838. It waved airily for the first time on February 27, 1844, National Independence Day. The same was elaborated by Conception Bona and Maria Trinidad Sánchez.
The Dominican Constitution establishes that the national Flag Dominica contains the colors: ultramarine blue and vermilion red, in quarters corners and alternating in such a way that the blue must remain in the superior part of the flagpole, separated by a white cross, of a width equal to the one Half of the height of each quarter, carrying in its center the coat of arms of the Republic.
Dominica Flag Meaning
The Colors of the Flag
The colors of the national flag have a particular meaning. The red represents the bloodshed by our liberators; the blue expresses our ideals of progress, freedom and that God protects the Dominican nation; and the cross is the symbol of the struggle of our liberators to bequeath a free homeland. Itswhite color reminds us that peace and union must prevail among all Dominicans.