Guinea-Bissau, officially known as the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, is a country located in West Africa. It shares land borders with Senegal and Guinea. The official language is Portuguese. The capital and largest city is Bissau.
The flag of Guinea-Bissau was adopted on independence from Portugal in September 1973. The design consists of two equal horizontal stripes of yellow and green. The hoist features a vertical red stripe with a black star at its center.
|Capital City||Area (World Ranking)||2023 Population (World Ranking)||Currency||Flag Ratio (Decimal)||Adopted|
|Bissau||36,125 km² / 13,948 mi²|
|West African CFA franc (XOF)||1:2 (0.5)||1973|