The flag of Lithuania is a tricolor consisting of three horizontal stripes of yellow (top), green (middle), and red (bottom). Each color holds symbolic significance deeply rooted in Lithuania’s history and culture. Yellow represents prosperity, the country’s fertile fields, and the nation’s bright future. Green symbolizes the abundant forests and Lithuanian landscapes, reflecting the nation’s natural beauty and vitality. Red signifies courage, the blood shed by Lithuanian martyrs, and the resilience of the Lithuanian people throughout their history.

Adopted in 1918, the flag embodies Lithuania’s spirit of independence, unity, and resilience, serving as a powerful symbol of national identity and pride for its citizens.