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The flag of Jamaica was officially adopted on August 6, 1962. The black represents hardships of the past, green the fertile land and yellow the shining sun. In addition, black, green and yellow are the Pan-African colors.

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Nautical Polyester Ideal for Outdoor Environments

Easy Polyester Ideal for Interiors

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20x30 cm

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15,00 €

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30x45 cm

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20,00 €

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70x100 cm

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28,00 €

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100x150 cm

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38,00 €

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150x225 cm

Nautical Polyester

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60,00 €

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200x300 cm

Nautical Polyester

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130,00 €

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300x450 cm

Nautical Polyester

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270,00 €

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400x600 cm

Nautical Polyester

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488,00 €

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20x30 cm

Polyester Stamina

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34,00 €

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30x45 cm

Polyester Stamina

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46,00 €

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70x100 cm

Polyester Stamina

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63,00 €

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100x150 cm

Polyester Stamina

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87,00 €

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91x140 cm

Easy Polyester

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11,00 €

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14x21 cm
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4,00 €

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Flag for sale Jamaica Flag

The flag of Jamaica was adopted on the 6th of August 1962, the Indipendence Day for Jamaica, when the country gained the independence from the British-protected Federation of the West Indies.

The flag consists of a gold saltire, which divides the flag into four sections: two of them green (top and bottom) and two black (hoist and fly). It is the only current national flag in the world that doesn't have the colours red, white, or blue in it.

One of the first interpretations of the colours was: "hardships there are but the land is green and the sun shineth" as stated in the government Ministry Paper 28 - National Flag dated 22 May 1962. The gold represents the shining sun, black reflects hardships, and green represents the land. It was changed in 1996 to black representing the strength and creativity of the people which has allowed them to overcome the odds, gold for the wealth of the country and the golden sunshine, and green for the lush vegetation of the island.