The flag of Yemen was officially adopted on May 22, 1990.
The flag is modeled after the tricolor flags of the former North and South divisions of the country. Red, white and black are all Pan-Arab colors that symbolize Arab unity.
Larger Yemen flag
Yemen Coat of Arms:
Yemen's coat of arms is composed of a golden eagle bearing a shield with the Marib Dam and a coffee plant.
To the left and right of the eagle are Yemen national flags, and in the talons of the eagle is a scroll with the name of the country scripted in Arabic.
|Land Area||527,968 km2|
|Total Area||527,968km2 (#49)|
|Government Type||In Transition|
|GDP (PPP)||$73.45 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||2,500$|
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