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The Guinea flag sticker can be purchased in packages of 4 or 12 stickers. The dimensions of the Guinea sticker are 5.5x10 centimeters. The adhesives are made of vinyl 200 g in adhesive PVC with a glossy plastic cover that makes them resistant to water and UV rays for 5 years. Buy the Guinea flag sticker The Alabama magnetic flag measures 3.5x5.5 cm and can be purchased individually or in packs of 4.
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Adhesive PVC Ideal for Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Magnetic Ideal for metal surfaces




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Size & Pricing Comparison table for Guinea:

Flag Format

Items in the bundle

Price

3.5x5.5 cm

Magnetic

1

Price:

2,00 €

(VAT included)

3.5x5.5 cm

Magnetic

4

Price:

6,00 €

(VAT included)

5.5x10 cm

Adhesive PVC

4

Price:

4,00 €

(VAT included)

5.5x10 cm

Adhesive PVC

12

Price:

11,00 €

(VAT included)

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The flag of Guinea was adopted on 10 November 1958. It is composed of a tricolor with vertical bands with the classic pan-African colors (red beside the flagpole, yellow and green). Guinea is a West African state. It borders Guinea-Bissau and Senegal to the north, Mali to the north and north-east, Côte d'Ivoire to the southeast, Liberia and Sierra Leone to the south, Atlantic Ocean to the west. Its territory contains the source of the rivers Niger, Senegal, and Gambia. Named by various African kingdoms, the country became one of the focal points of the slave trade. Having become a French colony in 1890, Guinea achieved independence for referendum consultation in 1958; from then until 1984 it was dictatorially governed by Ahmed Sékou Touré. Since 1984 the non-democratic regime has continued with the presidency of Lansana Conté, which ended on December 23, 2008 with the death of the head of state after a serious illness. On the morning of December 23, the Guinean army implements a military coup by suspending all political and trade union activities and dissolving the National Assembly. Equipped with significant mineral resources, Guinea entrusts the development of its economy to their exploitation, which counts not only on mining but also on agriculture.