Cape Verde Flag
The flag of Cape Verde consists of five horizontal bands of blue, white, and red, with a circle of ten yellow five-pointed stars in the center. The topmost blue stripe is half the height of the flag, and the other stripes are each one twelfth of the height.
The circle of stars is centered 3/8 of the way down the flag and 3/8 of the way from the hoist side. The lowest star is inscribed in an invisible circle that is typically constructed with a diameter of 1/12 of the height of the flag.
The flag's colors and design are meant to represent the sea, peace, and the country's African and Portuguese heritage, respectively. The flag was adopted on September 22, 1992, replacing the flag used during Cape Verde's independence from Portugal.
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Cape Verde is a small island nation located off the west coast of Africa. It is an archipelago of 10 islands and 5 islets, and it is home to over half a million people.
Cape Verde has a diverse and multicultural society, with people of African, Portuguese, and other European descent living on the islands. The official language is Portuguese, and the country has a predominantly Roman Catholic population.
The islands of Cape Verde have a varied and unique landscape, ranging from desert to lush vegetation. The country is known for its beautiful beaches and warm, sunny climate.
Agriculture is a major industry in Cape Verde, with the country exporting a variety of crops including coffee, sugarcane, and bananas. It is also a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming to enjoy its beautiful beaches, historical sites, and unique culture.
Cape Verde has a stable and democratic government, with a presidential system of government. It is a member of the African Union and the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries, and it has a strong relationship with Portugal, its former colonial power.
The country has a rich and vibrant culture, with a diverse range of traditional music, dance, and art forms. It is also home to several protected areas, including the Raso and Branco islets, which are important breeding grounds for seabirds.
|Country codes||CV, CPV (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official name||Republic of Cabo Verde|
|Religion||85.3% Christianity, 10.8% No religion, 3.9% Others|
|Time zone||UTC–1 (CVT)|
|Member of||United Nations|
|Population density||138 per Km2 (357 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||68.0 % of the population is urban (378,148 people in 2020)|
|Median age||27.6 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 4,030 Km2 (1,556 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Pico do Fogo (2 829 m, 9 281 ft)|
|Lowest point||North Atlantic Ocean|
|GDP per capita||$ 3,293 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||Cape Verdean escudo (Esc, CVE)|
|Internet TLD||.cv (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Cape Verde Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Cape Verde