The Belarus flag was officially adopted on May 16, 1995.
The dominant red and green were colors used on its flag when it was a republic of the former Soviet Union. The woven fabric ornament on the left uses traditional Belarussian red and white colors.
Larger Belarus flag
Belarus Coat of Arms:
The coat of arms of Belarus (considered an emblem) replaced the historic Pahonia arms in 1995, and is composed of a red and green ribbon wrapped around stalks of wheat and flowers.
In the middle of the emblem the rays of a sun shine through the outline of the country, which hovers above a globe depicting part of Eurasia. At the top of the emblem is a red five-pointed star.
|Land Area||202,900 km2|
|Water Area||4,700 km2|
|Total Area||207,600km2 (#84)|
|Government Type||Presidential Republic In Name, Although In Fact A Dictatorship|
|GDP (PPP)||$166.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$17,500|
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