Brazil Flag Colors

Brazil Flag Color Codes in HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK & Pantone

The Brazil flag has a green background with a yellow diamond and A dark blue circle with 27 white five-pointed stars in the center, a star for each Brazilian state. Use these Brazil 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.

Get Brazil flag color code values in standard and popular color code formats (HEX / HTML / Web, RGB, CMYK, Pantone)

Brazil Flag Color Codes
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Brazil Flag Color Names & Codes

Green

Green - 009C3B
  • Hex: #009C3B
  • RGB: 0,156,59
  • CMYK: 61,0,38,39
  • Pantone: PMS 347 C

Light Yellow

Yellow - FFDF00
  • Hex: #FFDF00
  • RGB: 255,223,0
  • CMYK: 0,13,100,0
  • Pantone: PMS 108 C

Dark Blue

Blue - 002776
  • Hex: #002776
  • RGB: 0,39,118
  • CMYK: 46,31,0,54
  • Pantone: PMS 287 C

White

White - FFFFFF
  • Hex: #FFFFFF
  • RGB: 255,255,255
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,0
  • Pantone: PMS White C

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Did You Know?
The stars are for the 26 Brazilian states and the Federal District. They are from the Southern Hemisphere constellations and show them as they appeared above Rio de Janeiro at 8:30 am on 15 November 1889 – the day Frazil became a republic.

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Brazil Flag Colors Meaning

The Brazilian flag has a green background with a large yellow diamond in the center. Inside the diamond, there is a blue circle (globe) with 27 white stars of five different sizes and a white strip. In this white strip, there is the slogan written in green color ORDEM E PROGRESSO (‘Order and Progress’). 

Each color of the Brazil flag has a symbolic meaning. The Green represents agriculture and forests. Yellow represents the wealth and richness of the Brazilians. The blue globe with 27 white five-pointed stars symbolizes the night sky filled with stars and a curved white equatorial band with their national slogan motto “Ordem e Progresso.” The White represents peace.

  • Green: It Represents agriculture and forests.
  • Yellow: It represents gold (wealth and richness).
  • Dark Blue: It represents the night sky with 27 stars.
  • White: Represents peace.
  • The 27 Five-Pointed Stars: Symbolizes the night sky and the 27 Brazilian states.
  • A Motto: ORDEM E PROGRESSO (Portuguese for Order and Progress). It is a part of Comte’s famous “Love, Order and Progress.