Pakistan

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Pakistan Flag:
Flag of Pakistan

The flag of Pakistan was officially adopted on August 14, 1947.

The symbolic flag of Pakistan uses white to represent non-Muslims within the country; green and white combined represent peace and economic success; the white crescent represents future progress, and the star is symbolic of knowledge.
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Pakistan Coat of Arms:
Flag of Pakistan The national emblem of Pakistan was adopted in 1954. It features the green color of the flag, and the star and crescent symbols of Islam.

A shield is depicted in the center of the emblem featuring the four major crops of Pakistan: cotton, jute, tea and wheat.

Surrounding the shield is a floral wreath of Poet's Jasmine representing the Mughal heritage. Below the wreath is a scroll reading, "Iman, Ittehad, Nazm" ("Faith, Unity, Discipline").
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Pakistan Photographs

Pakistan civil ensign

Civil ensign of Pakistan

Pakistan presidential flag

Presidential flag of Pakistan

Pakistan prime minister flag

Flag of the Prime Minister of Pakistan

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