Argentina flag
    Argentina flag
    Adopted February 27, 1812
    Proportion 9:14
    Flag day 20 June
    Designer Manuel Belgrano

    Flag of Argentina
    Argentina flag
    The national flag of Argentina has three equal horizontal bands of light blue (top), white, and light blue with a radiant yellow sun with a human face centered in the white band. The sun features 32 rays, alternately wavy and straight.

    Argentina Flag symbolism - meaning
    Sky blue (celeste) represents clear skies and better future
    White symbolizes snow of Andes, purity and peace
    Sun of May symbolizes dawn of a new era
    Flag of Argentina
    Who designed the flag of Argentina?
    The Argentina national flag was created by Manuel Belgrano and was first raised at the city of Rosario on February 27, 1812, during the Argentine War of Independence. A yellow Sun of May was added to the center in 1818. The Sun is modeled after the symbol of Inti, the Incan god of the Sun and has 16 straight and 16 waved sunbeams

    Argentina Flag Picture
    Argentina flag
    Argentina Flag Photo
    Argentina flag
    Argentina Flag Image
    Argentina flag


    Flag of Argentina


    Flag day of Argentina
    Argentinians celebrate June 20 as "Flag Day" (Día de la Bandera Nacional), a national holiday. It is dedicated to the Argentine flag and to the commemoration of its creator, Manuel Belgrano. It is celebrated on June 20 to commemorate the anniversary of Belgrano's death (Manuel Belgrano died on June 20, 1820).

    Flag of Argentina
    Flag of Argentina
    The national flag of Argentina's official proportions are 9:14, and its official size is 0.9 by 1.4 meters. It features three stripes alternating cerulean blue - white. Each stripe is 30 centimeters high. Flags with proportions of 1:2, 5:8 and 2:3 are also in use
    Flag of Argentina

    Sun of May (Sol de Mayo)
    Sun of May on Argentina's flag commemorates the appearance of the sun through cloudy skies on 25 May 1810 during the first mass demonstration in favor of independence and was seen as a good omen for the bright future of Argentina. The sun features are those of Inti, the Inca god of the sun. It features 32 rays, alternately wavy and straight.

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    Anthem to the flag -Aurora (Sunrise)
    Aurora (Sunrise) is sung during flag raising ceremonies. Its lyrics are written by Luigi Illica and Héctor Cipriano Quesada and music was set by Héctor Panizza.
    Spanish Version:
    Alta en el cielo, un águila guerrera
    Audaz se eleva en vuelo triunfal.
    Azul un ala del color del cielo,
    Azul un ala del color del mar.
    Así en el alta aurora irradial.
    Punta de flecha el áureo rostro imita.
    Y forma estela el purpurado cuello.
    El ala es paño, el águila es bandera.
    Es la bandera de la patria mía,
    del sol nacido que me ha dado Dios.
    Es la bandera de la Patria Mía,
    del sol nacido que me ha dado Dios.
    English Version:
    High in the sky, a warrior eagle
    rises audacious in its triumphal flight
    One wing is blue, sky-colored;
    one wing is blue, sea-colored.
    In the high radiant aurora
    its golden face resembles the tip of an arrow.
    And its purple nape leaves a wake.
    The wing is cloth, the eagle is a flag.
    It is the flag of the Fatherland of mine
    that God gave me, born of the sun.
    It is the flag of the Fatherland of mine
    that God gave me, born of the sun.
    Saludo a la bandera (Salutation to the Flag)
    Salve, argentina bandera azul y blanca. Jirón del cielo en donde impera el Sol. Tú, la más noble, la más gloriosa y santa, el firmamento su color te dio. Yo te saludo, bandera de mi Patria, sublime enseña de libertad y honor. Jurando amarte, como así defenderte, mientras palpite mi fiel corazón. Hail, Argentine Blue and white flag Shred of the sky Where the Sun reigns You, the Most Noble The Most Glorious and Holy The sky gave its color to you I salute you Flag of my motherland Sublime ensign of freedom and honour Swearing to love you as well as to defend you for as long as my faithful heart beats
    Mi Bandera (My Flag)
    Aquí está la bandera idolatrada, la enseña que Belgrano nos legó, cuando triste la Patria esclavizada con valor sus vínculos rompió. Aquí está la bandera esplendorosa que al mundo con sus triunfos admiró, cuando altiva en la lucha y victoriosa la cima de los Andes escaló. Aquí está la bandera que un día en la batalla tremoló triunfal y, llena de orgullo y bizarría, a San Lorenzo se dirigió inmortal. Aquí está, como el cielo refulgente, ostentando sublime majestad, después de haber cruzado el Continente, exclamando a su paso: ¡Libertad! ¡Libertad! ¡Libertad! Here is the idolized flag, the flag that Belgrano left to us, when the sad enslaved Homeland bravely broke its bonds. Here is the splendorous flag that surprised the world with its victory, when arrogant and victoriously during the battles the top of the Andes it has climbed. Here is the flag that one day triumphantly rose in the middle of the battle and, full of pride and gallantry, to San Lorenzo it went immortal. Here it is, like the shining sky, showing sublimate majesty after having crossed the continent shouting in its way: "Freedom!" " Freedom! Freedom!"