Grenada's flag has a red border with six yellow five-pointed stars arranged in a circle, three on top and three on bottom, surrounded by two yellow triangles at the top and bottom and two green triangles at the hoist and fly.
The circle's center bears an additional yellow star on a red disc, and the hoist triangle depicts a nutmeg, which is a symbol of Grenada's principal export.
When Grenada gained independence in 1974, the flag replaced the temporary design flown when the country was an Associated State of the United Kingdom. The sole element carried over from the previous flag was the nutmeg. Grenada's flag has been in use since the country's independence in 1974.
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Grenada is a country located in the Caribbean Sea, north of South America. It is an island nation, made up of the main island of Grenada and a number of smaller islands, including Carriacou and Petit Martinique. The capital of Grenada is St. George's, which is located on the west coast of the main island and is the largest city in the country.
Grenada has a population of approximately 112,000 people, and the official language is English. The country has a diverse population, with a mix of African, Caribbean, and European influences. The main religions in Grenada are Christianity and Hinduism.
Grenada has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and high humidity throughout the year. The country is known for its beautiful beaches and clear blue waters, which make it a popular tourist destination.
The economy of Grenada is primarily based on agriculture, with the main crops being nutmeg, cocoa, and bananas. The country is also an important producer of spices, including nutmeg and mace, and the manufacturing sector is a significant contributor to the economy. The tourism sector is also an important contributor to the economy, with the country's beautiful beaches and rich culture attracting visitors from around the world.
Grenada is a parliamentary democracy, with a governor-general as the head of state and a prime minister as the head of government. The country has a strong tradition of civil liberties and human rights, and it is considered to be one of the more democratic countries in the Caribbean.
Overall, Grenada is a beautiful and vibrant country with a rich culture and a unique natural environment. Its strong agricultural sector and growing tourism industry make it an important player in regional and international affairs. Its beautiful beaches, rich history, and diverse population make it an attractive destination for tourists.
|Country codes||GD, GRD (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official languages||English and Grenadian Creole|
|Religion||96.6% Christianity, 1.3% Rastafari, 1.0% No religion, 0.7% Hinduism, 0.4% Other|
|Capital city||St. George's|
|Time zone||UTC−4 (AST)|
|Member of||United Nations|
|Commonwealth of Nations|
|Organization of American States|
|Population density||331 per Km2 (857 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||35.5 % of the population is urban (39,938 people in 2020)|
|Median age||32.0 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 340 Km2 (131 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mount Saint Catherine (840 m, 2 756 ft)|
|Lowest point||Caribbean Sea|
|GDP per capita||$ 9,010 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||Eastern Caribbean dollar ($, XCD)|
|Internet TLD||.gd (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Grenada Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Grenada