The Bolivian flag was adopted in 1851. It consists of three horizontal stripes of red, yellow, and green, from the top down. The red represents the blood that was shed defending Bolivia. Yellow stands for the country’s wealth and resources. Green symbolizes the wealth of nature and hope for the future. The national version includes the Bolivian coat of arms. The flag is made from economy polyester in China. Popular favorite for generations, this colorful, nylon flag for outdoor use features sturdy construction including white canvas heading and strong brass grommets.