Egypt Flag Color Codes in HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK & Pantone
The Egyptian flag has three equal horizontal bands of red, white, and black colors with the national emblem centered in the white band. Use these Egypt 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 African Flag Colors.
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Egypt Flag Colors Meaning
The Egyptian flag has three equal horizontal bands of red, white, and black, with the Golden Eagle in the white band’s center. These colors on their national flag signify their greatness and remembrance of the historical past.
In total, there are four colors in the Flag of Egypt. Red (Philippine Red) on the top, White in the middle, black at the bottom, and golden (Chinese Gold) color on the eagle. The eagle on the Egyptian flag is known as the Eagle of Saladin.
As I said, all these colors on their national flag signify an essential part of their historical past,
- Red: Symbolizes the period before the Egyptian Revolution.
- White: Represents the peace.
- Black: Represents the end of the Egyptian people’s oppression at the hands of the monarchy and foreign imperialism.
- Eagle of Saladin: The Golden Eagle facing the left with a shield on its chest above a scroll that reads “Egypt” in Arabic. It represents power and strength.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When was the Egyptian flag made?
On October 4, 1984, the Egyptian flag was made and officially adopted as the civil and state flag.
When did the Egyptian flag change?
Since 1952, the Egyptian flag was changed several times, from 1958 to 1971 and 1971 to 1984.