The flag of Barbados is a blue and gold flag with three vertical bands of equal width and a black trident in the center. The flag was officially adopted on November 30, 1966, following Barbados' independence from the United Kingdom.
The color blue on the flag of Barbados represents the country's clear blue skies and the Caribbean Sea, which surrounds the country. The color gold represents the country's natural abundance and its history as a British colony.
The black trident on the flag is a symbol of the country's struggle for independence and its efforts to build a better future. The trident is separated from the shaft and is thought to represent the three democratic principles of government, which are “government of the people, by the people, for the people.”
The three vertical bands on the flag represent the country's unity and national identity, and are thought to represent the country's three main regions: the coast, the central region, and the eastern region.
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Barbados is an island country located in the Caribbean Sea, east of the Windward Islands and the Caribbean Sea. It has a total land area of about 166 square miles, and is one of the Caribbean's most populous countries. Barbados has a rich history and culture, with a unique blend of African, Caribbean, and British influences.
The history of Barbados dates back to pre-Columbian times, and the island was first settled by indigenous Amerindian tribes. In the 17th century, the island was colonized by the British, and became a part of the British Empire. Barbados gained its independence from Britain in 1966.
Today, Barbados is known for its stunning natural beauty, with white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and lush tropical vegetation. The country is home to a number of protected areas, including the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, which is home to a variety of plant and animal species, and the Farley Hill National Park, which is home to a number of historic ruins and landmarks.
The culture of Barbados is a blend of African, Caribbean, and British influences, with the official language of the country being English. The majority of the population is Christian, with the largest denomination being the Anglican Church. Barbados has a strong tradition of music and dance, with a number of annual festivals and events that celebrate the country's cultural heritage.
|Country codes||BB, BRB (ISO 3166-1)|
|Religion||75.6% Christianity, 20.6% No religion, 2.5% Others, 1.3% Unspecified|
|Time zone||UTC−4 (AST)|
|Member of||United Nations|
|Commonwealth of Nations|
|Organization of American States|
|Population density||668 per Km2 (1,731 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||31.2 % of the population is urban (89,695 people in 2020)|
|Median age||40.5 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 430 Km2 (166 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mount Hillaby (336 m, 1 102 ft)|
|Lowest point||North Atlantic Ocean|
|GDP per capita||$ 17,225 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||Barbadian dollar ($, BBD)|
|Internet TLD||.bb (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Barbados Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Barbados