Flag of Grenada

Flag of Grenada

Grenada is an island country of North America in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea. It is located northwest of Trinidad and Tobago, northeast of Venezuela and southwest of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Its official language is English and its capital and largest city is St. George’s.

25th October is Thanksgiving Day, a public holiday in Grenada  to commemorate the anniversary of the US military intervention which started on this day in 1983 and brought stability to the country.

The flag of Grenada was adopted in February 1974. The design consists of a diagonally divided field of yellow top and bottom and green left and right triangles. Around the outside of the flag is a red border with three yellow five-pointed stars each at the top and bottom. At the center is another yellow star within a red disk and the left side green triangle features a nutmeg symbol in the middle.

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