Antigua & Barbuda officially adopted the current flag on February 27, 1967. The flag is distinctive, comprising two triangles—one red and one blue—separated by a black band.
Within the black band, the rising sun symbolizes a new beginning. Meanwhile, the red triangle symbolizes the people’s energy, and the blue triangle represents the sea and sky surrounding the islands.
The overall design of the Antigua & Barbuda flag is purposeful, aiming to symbolize the country’s commitment to freedom and express optimism about its future prospects. This national flag serves as a visual representation of Antigua & Barbuda’s cultural identity and its’ aspirations.