Northern Mariana Islands Flag
The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands flag was adopted in July 1985, following the adoption of the Second Northern Marianas Constitution. It was created by a local artist named Taga, who completed the design during the previous CNMI constitutional conference that same year. This event was significant since it represented the CNMI's annexation.
Three emblems appear on the flag: a star representing the United States, a latte stone representing the Chamorro people, and a mwarmwar (decorative wreath) representing the Carolinian people. The flag's blue backdrop signifies the Pacific Ocean and the Mariana Trench. The star denotes the CNMI's relationship with the United States, the latte stone represents the Chamorros, the CNMI's indigenous people, and the mwarmwar represents the Carolinian minority.
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The Northern Mariana Islands are a group of 15 islands located in the western Pacific Ocean, about 3,800 miles east of the Philippines. The islands are a territory of the United States, with a unique blend of American and Chamorro culture. The Northern Mariana Islands are known for their stunning natural beauty, with a varied landscape ranging from mountains and forests to beaches and coral reefs.
The history of the Northern Mariana Islands dates back to ancient times, with the first human settlements dating back to at least 2000 BC. The islands have a long and complex history, with a mix of Spanish, American, and Japanese influences. The Northern Mariana Islands became a territory of the United States in 1947, and gained commonwealth status in 1978.
Today, the Northern Mariana Islands are a part of the United States, with a high degree of self-governance. The economy of the islands is largely based on tourism, with millions of visitors each year drawn to the islands' stunning natural beauty and cultural attractions. The islands have a tropical climate, with hot and humid weather year-round. The official languages of the Northern Mariana Islands are English and Chamorro, and the islands have a diverse population with a mix of American, Chamorro, and other ethnicities.
|Country codes||MP, MNP (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official name||Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands|
|Official languages||English, Chamorro, Carolinian|
|Religion||81.3% Christianity, 10.6% Buddhism, 5.3% Folk religions, 1.0% No religion, 0.7% Islam, 1.1% Other|
|Time zone||UTC+10:00 (ChST)|
|Member of||Pacific Community|
|Population density||125 per Km2 (324 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||88.3 % of the population is urban (50,808 people in 2020)|
|Total area||The total land area is 460 Km2 (178 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mount Agrihan on Agrihan (965 m, 3 166 ft)|
|Lowest point||North Pacific Ocean|
|GDP per capita||$ 23,707 (World Bank, 2019)|
|Currency||United States dollar ($, USD)|
|Internet TLD||.mp (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Northern Mariana Islands Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Northern Mariana Islands