Micronesia State Flag
    Micronesia flag
    Adopted 30 November 1978
    Proportion 10:19
    Colors White
    Light Blue
    Micronesia National Flag
    The flag of the Federated States of Micronesia is a light blue field with four white five-pointed stars arranged in the diamond pattern in the center. blue ,
    Micronesia Flag Colors - symbolism
    Micronesia Flag Colors - meaning

    Blue symbolizes the Pacific Ocean
    the stars represent the four island groups of Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei, and Yap
    Micronesia Flag official Colors

    Blue RGB: (117,178,221) Hex: #75b2dd
    White RGB: (255,255,255) Hex: #FFFFFF
    Micronesia Flag history
    A similar design with six stars was in use from 1965 for the flag of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Kosrae was then part of Pohnpei so both were represented by one star. The three extra stars representing Palau, the Marshall Islands and Northern Mariana, which chose not to participate in the Federation. The flag, adopted in 1978, is in the colors of the UN flag. The light blue also represents the Pacific Ocean. In an echo of U.S. heraldic practice, the stars represent the entities that make up the state, in this case, the four federated states, arranged like the points of the compass, although the states locations are actually distributed from west to east
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