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  1. Like many former and current British dependencies, the Tuvaluan flag is a blue ensign based on the Union Flag, which is shown in the canton of the flag; but has a sky blue field rather than the conventional blue.

  2. national flag consisting of a light blue field (background) with nine yellow stars in the fly half and, in the canton, the Union Jack. The width-to-length ratio of the flag is 1 to 2.

  3. The flag of Tuvalu is a Light Blue Ensign. Towards the fly side of the flag, the map of the island is represented by nine five-pointed stars. The stars are yellow in color. The stars represent the nine islands of the country that are arranged on the flag in a geographically correct manner.

  4. Tuvalu is an archipelago lying in Oceania between Australia and Hawaii. The flag consists of a pale blue sheet and a Union Jack flag in the upper left part of the flag. The blue color of the leaf represents the Pacific Ocean that surrounds the islands.

  5. Nov 27, 2023 · The Tuvalu flag, with its vibrant blue and distinctive stars, is not only a symbol of national identity but also a beacon for tourists. Visitors are drawn to Tuvalu’s pristine beaches, unique culture, and warm hospitality, all of which are encapsulated in the flag’s design.

  6. Tuvalu Flag. The national flag of Tuvalu, representing the nation’s heritage and identity. The flag of Tuvalu features the Union Jack in the upper left corner and nine yellow, five-pointed stars on the field. The stars are arranged to approximate the geographical layout of Tuvalu’s nine islands.

  7. The current flag of Tuvalu was instated when the country became independent in 1978, after the separation from the Gilbert Islands in 1976. It was adopted on 11 April 1997.

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