The flag of Brazil is a rectangular shape with a green background and a large yellow diamond shape in the center. Inside the diamond, there is a blue circle with 27 white, five-pointed stars arranged in a specific pattern, with one larger star in the center.

The green represents Brazil’s lush forests and natural resources, while the yellow represents the country’s wealth and resources, particularly gold. The blue circle and stars represent the night sky over Rio de Janeiro on November 15, 1889, the day Brazil became a republic. The 27 stars represent the country’s 26 states and the Federal District, with the larger central star representing the state of Brazil.