The Lithuanian flag consists of three horizontal stripes of equal height. The yellow stripe represents the sun, light, and prosperity, the green stripe represents the forests and the beauty of nation, and the red stripe represents courage and the blood spilled in defense of the nation. This flag was first adopted in 1918 and was used until 1940; it was reinstated in 1988. In 2004, its width to length ratio was changed from 1:2 to 3:5. There are a number of similar flags, including Bolivia and Ghana.
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