All of our printed Mozambique flags are made by a process called Dye Sublimation. This process impregnates the fibres of the fabric, the result is a flag that has very accurate colour, and importantly the design appears clearly on both sides of the flag. This is known as ‘printed through to reverse’ and is an important consideration when choosing your flag as both sides will be seen when flying. All flags now come with Free Delivery for even better value.
Our flags are manufactured to the highest standards. We offer flags in a choice of two materials, Hand Made National Flags, and Digitally Printed National Flags
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|Adopted||1st May 1983|
|Design||A dark green, black and yellow horizontal tricolour featuring a white border on the black stripe and a Red triangle. Inside the triangle is a yellow star with a white book, black AK-47 and hoe.|
Between 1498 and 1975 Mozambique was a colony of Portugal. The Portuguese flag was flown during this time, it was a green and red vertical bicolour that featured the Portuguese coat of arms where the green and red meet.
There was a proposed flag of Portuguese Mozambique that was similar to the flag of Portugal with the addition of the coat of arms of Portuguese East Africa in the bottom left corner.
When Mozambique was about to gain independence from Portugal in late 1974 a new flag was adopted. It was a dark green-black-yellow horizontal tricolour, with a white border on the black stripe and a red triangle on the left hand side. This flag is similar to the flag of the Mozambican Liberation Front (FRELIMO).
In 1975 The first official flag of Mozambique was unusual as it featured four yellow-black-red-green irregular triangles with white borders. A black lined cogwheel, hoe, AK-47 and open book with red five-pointed star features in the top left hand corner.
In 1983 a Temporary flag was adopted in Mozambique, it was the pre-independence flag with A black lined cogwheel, hoe, AK-47 and open book with red five-pointed star in front of a gold five-pointed gold star in the red triangle. The larger star was added to represent Marxism in Mozambique
In the same year the current flag was adopted, which featured the crossed hoe and AK-47 with open book and gold five-pointed star. The green stripe represents the land, the white border represents peace, the black stripe symbolises the African continent, the yellow represent the county’s wealth.
In 2005 a new flag was proposed however the government rejected it.
The Coat of Arms of Mozambique
The Coat of Arms of Mozambique was adopted in 1990 and features a lot of Marxist symbols.
The cogwheel represents the industry, the crossed hoe and AK-47 at the centre represents the agriculture and the defence of the country.
The book and rising sun behind represents education and the new life. The corn stalks and sugar cane at either side represents strong agriculture and the red star above represents socialism.
Underneath is a ribbon with the name of the country.
Historical Coat of Arms of Mozambique
Here are some examples of the previous Coat of arms of Mozambique.
The Presidential Standard of Mozambique
The Historical Presidential Standards of Mozambique
The historical Presidential Standards of Mozambique both feature the plain red field, white circle and coat of arms at the centre.
The Roundel of the Air Force of Mozambique
The Flag of FRELIMO
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