Narciso Lopez designed the Cuban flag in 1849 in the midst of various Cuban liberation movements. The three blue stripes represent three parts of Cuba, divided by war. The two white stripes symbolize the purity of the patriotic cause. The red triangle represents the blood spilled to free Cuba, while the white star represents independence. In 1902 Cuba adopted this flag as a symbol of their newly gained sovereignty and it has remained unchanged since.
This flag is printed on cotton muslin and mounted to a natural wood dowel staff. The 4 in. x 6 in. flag is mounted to a 10 in. staff, while the 12 in. x 18 in. flag is mounted to a 30 in. staff. Base not included.
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