Without wasting any more time, let's get back to the story of the flags.
Only three countries have an official flag created with the colors red and green. In the Other section, we will examine the state and city flags. Our first flag is that of Bangladesh.
The flag's designer is Quamrul Hassan. Unlike other countries in the region, Bangladesh adopted a design representing fertile land.
The surrounding countries have often chosen icons emphasizing Islamic values on their flags.
Although the country is an agricultural country with fertile lands, the people in the countryside suffer from poverty.
The green star on the dark red is hoisted when Morocco declared its independence from France. Dark tones of both colors are preferred.
Morocco has famous bazaars with a historical background where rich fabrics and spices are sold.
The country, which is mostly desert, has a preferred touristic side.
If we have thought of the coat of arms, we can easily take this flag into the category of flags where green and red colors are used. Interestingly, only a narrow strait separates Morocco and Portugal. These two continents have interacted many times throughout history. It is therefore not surprising that there are similar flag selections.
Lisbon is the most populous city in Portugal.
Arauca Department, Colombia
Colombia is one of the countries that has adopted the state form of government. There are 32 different states within the borders of the country. One of these states is the Arauca Department. It has a population of over 250 thousand with a census conducted in the early 2010s.
Bolívar Province, Ecuador
The Bolívar flag consists of two horizontal stripes. It is one of the landlocked cities of Ecuador.
Unlike Bolívar, Glogowek's flag has vertical stripes. And in the middle there is a coat of arms.
The city is located exactly on the Oder River. Its population is just under 13,000.
Since it is a small city, it is not preferred much in terms of tourism.
La Paz, Bolivia