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Flag of Guyana

Name: The Golden Arrowhead
Use: National flag
Proportion: 3:5
Adopted: 26 May 1966
Design: A green field with the black-edged red isosceles triangle based on the hoist-side superimposed on the larger white-edged golden triangle, also based on the hoist-side, pointed toward the fly-side.
Designed by: Whitney Smith

Variant flag of Guyana

Use: National ensign
Proportion: 1:2
Design: An elongated version of the above.

Variant flag of Guyana

Proportion: 7:11

Design:  British Civil Air Ensign combined with national flag of Guyana. May be flown at airports and from landed aircraft.
The flag of Guyana, known as The Golden Arrowhead , has been the national flag of Guyana since May 1966 when the country became independent from the United Kingdom. It was designed by Whitney Smith, an American vexillologist (though originally without the black and white fimbriations, which were later additions suggested by the College of Arms in the United Kingdom). The proportions of the national flag are 3:5. The colours are symbolic, with green for agriculture and forests, white for rivers and water, gold for mineral wealth, black for endurance, and red for zeal and dynamism.

Other flags
The civil air ensign is a copy of the British Civil Air Ensign, with the Guyanese flag in the canton. The naval ensign of Guyana is a version of the national flag, with proportions of 1:2.

As part of the British Empire, Guyana's flag was a British Blue Ensign with the colonial badge in the fly. An unofficial red version was used at sea. The first flag was introduced in 1875 and was changed slightly in 1906 and 1955. Like all British Ensigns, the colonial flags of Guyana were all ratio 1:2.

Co-operative Republic of Guyana
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Coat of arms
Motto: "One People, One Nation, One Destiny"
Anthem: "Dear Land of Guyana, of Rivers and Plains"
Location of Guyana (dark green) in South America (grey)
Location of Guyana (dark green)

in South America (grey)

Location of Guyana
Capital
and largest city
Georgetown
6°46′N 58°10′W / 6.767°N 58.167°W / 6.767; -58.167
Official languages English
Recognised regional languages
Vernacular
language
Guyanese Creole
Other languages
Ethnic groups
(2012)
  • 39.8% Indian
  • 29.3% African
  • 19.9% Mixed
    (including Douglas)
  • 10.5% Indigenous Amerindian
  • 0.5% Others (includes Chinese, European)
Religion

63% Christian

  • 24.8% Hindu
  • 6.8% Muslim
  • 2.6% Other
  • 3.1% None
Demonym(s) Guyanese
Government Unitary presidential constitutional socialist republic
• President
David Granger
• Prime Minister
Moses Nagamootoo
Legislature National Assembly
Formation
• Dutch Guiana
1667–1814
• British Guiana
1814–1966
• Independence from the United Kingdom becoming Guyana
26 May 1966
• Republic
23 February 1970
Current constitution
6 October 1980
Area
• Total
214,970 km2 (83,000 sq mi) (83rd)
• Water (%)
8.4
Population
• 2016 estimate
783,769 (165th)
• 2012 census
747,884[4]
• Density
3.502/km2 (9.1/sq mi) (232nd)
GDP (PPP) 2018 estimate
• Total
$6.668 billion (163rd)
• Per capita
$8,524 (117th)
GDP (nominal) 2018 estimate
• Total
$3.636 billion (160th)
• Per capita
$4,648 (100th)
HDI (2017) Steady 0.654
medium · 125th
Currency Guyanese dollar (GYD)
Time zone UTC-4 (Atlantic Standard Time)
Driving side left
Calling code +592
ISO 3166 code GY
Internet TLD .gy


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