Argentina Flag Color Codes
Argentina Flag Color Codes in HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK & Pantone
The Argentinian flag has three equal horizontal stripes of light blue and white with a gold sun emblem at its center. Argentina has four colors in its national flag: Iceberg (Light Blue), White, Maximum Yellow Red, and Kobe. Use these Argentina flag color codes if you need their national flag colors for your digital designs, paint, or printing projects. Check out this link for the rest of the South American Flag Colors.
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Argentina Flag Colors Meaning
The Argentinian national flag has three equal horizontally-running bands of light blue and White. There is a radiant yellow sun emblem in the center of the flag, which has a human face’s likeness, and it is surrounded by 32 rays, alternating straight, and curved shapes. Its also known as the Sun of May.
In total, there are four colors in the Flag of Argentina. Iceberg (light blue), White arranged from top to bottom. And Maximum Yellow Red, and Kobe color in the sun emblem Sol de Mayo (Sun of May).
The colors of the Argentina flag represent the sky, clouds, and sun know as Inti (Sun of May), the ancient Incan sun god, commemorates the sun’s appearance through cloudy skies.
- Iceberg (light blue): It represents vigilance, truth, loyalty, perseverance, and justice.
- White: It Represents the clouds in the sky and stands for peace and honesty.
- Maximum Yellow Red: It represents the independence process that began on May 25th, 1810.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Who created the Argentina Flag?
The Flag of Argentina was designed by Manuel Belgrano and was first raised in the city of Rosario on February 27th. 1812.
Why does the Argentina flag have the Sun on it?
Argentina’s flag has the Sun on it because the sun represents the process of independence that started on May 25th, 1810.