Macedonia's flag was officially adopted on October 5, 1995.
After gaining its independence in 1992, Macedonia still used the traditional red field, but removed the gold-edged star, and replaced it with a golden sunburst. That star, called the Star of Verjina, was removed because of objections raised by the Greek government that claimed it was a true Greek symbol.
Macedonia Coat of Arms:
Macedonia's current coat of arms, considered an emblem, was adopted on July 27, 1946.
The emblem contains a mountain, lake and sunrise (representing the richness of the country and struggle for freedom) surrounded by garlands of wheat, tobacco leaves and poppy fruits.
|Land Area||25,433 km2|
|Water Area||280 km2|
|Total Area||25,713km2 (#145)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$29.52 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$14,500|
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