Dominica Flag - The original design for the Dominican flag was adopted in 1978, and had small changes made in 1981, 1988 and 1990 - the 1990 changes made the flag into what it is today. The current Dominican flag design consists of a green field, with yellow, black and white stripes in the shape of a cross. A red disc sits in centre of the intersecting stripes, and has a purple and green Sisserou Parrot facing the hoist side of the flag, enclosed by a circle of ten green stars.
The parrot is the National bird emblem, the green field represents the lush vegetation of the land. The three colours of the stripes represent the natives, the fertile soil and the pure water, and also represents the Trinity and Christianity. The stars represent the country's 10 parishes, (St Andrew, St David, St George, St John, St Joseph, St Luke, St Mark, St Patrick, St Paul and St Peter). The red disc stands for justice. Prior to 1978, Dominica had two totally different flags that were blue with an ensign and coat of arms (from 1955-1978).
Our World flags are finished with a loop at the top and bottom of the flag to be used with clips to attach to the rope and run up a flag pole. Clips are included with the flag for your convenience.
The flags come in a range of sizes for you to choose from, select your size from the drop down menu.
We can make flags to your specifications such as a custom design or vertical sleeve finish, please contact us for a quote.