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Fiji

The current flag of Fiji was adopted in October 1970. The state arms have been slightly modified but the flag has remained the same as during the colonial period. It is a defaced sky-blue Ensign (the actual Blue Ensign version of the flag is the Government ensign). It has remained unchanged since Fiji was declared a republic in 1987, despite calls from some politicians for changes.

The bright blue background symbolizes the Pacific Ocean, which plays an important part in the lives of the islanders, both in terms of the fishing industry, and the huge tourist trade. The Union Jack reflects the country's links with the United Kingdom. The shield is white with a red cross and a red chief (upper third of a shield). The images depicted on the shield represent agricultural activities on the islands, and the historical associations with the United Kingdom. At the top of the shield, a British lion holds a cocoa pod between its paws. The upper left is sugar cane, upper right is a coconut palm, the lower left a dove of peace, and the lower right a bunch of bananas.



Product Image Item Name- Price
4"x6" Fiji Stick Flag, Nylon

4"x6" Fiji Stick Flag, Nylon

$5.00

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36"x60" Fiji Flag, econo-polyester, Grommets

36"x60" Fiji Flag, econo-polyester, Grommets

$20.00

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