The flag of Romania consists of three vertical stripes. Blue on the left side, yellow in the middle, and red on the right side. Each color has its own significance. The blue symbolizes freedom and justice while the yellow represents prosperity and the country’s wealth in agricultural resources. Finally the red embodies the sacrifice and courage of the Romanian people throughout history. The flag’s design dates back to the mid-19th century and has undergone several modifications, with the current version officially adopted in 1989 after the fall of communism. It serves as a powerful national symbol, reflecting Romania’s values, history, and aspirations.