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Burundi Flags

Our Burundi Flags are available in three varieties. Our outdoor Burundi flag is ideal for use with any outdoor pole and comes in 4 sizes. The indoor version is fitted with a gold fringe and measures 3’x5’. Our mini Burundi flags measure 4”x6” and are great handheld flags. For more details about the products click on an image below. 

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The Burundi flag epitomizes the past struggles and future hopes of the young nation. It consists of a white saltire, or diagonal cross, which divides the background in alternating red and green areas. The center of the saltire merges in a white disc upon which sit three red six-pointed stars. Each star represents one of Burundi’s major ethnic groups, the Hutu, Tutsi and Twa. The stars also represent the Burundi motto, “Unity, Work, Progress.” The color white epitomizes peace while green symbolizes revival and hope. Red signifies the suffering during the struggle for freedom. This flag design was adopted 1966 after the country’s monarch was overthrown. Prior to the current design the Burundi flag featured a tribal drum and the image of a sorghum plant. 

Our outdoor Burundi flags are made of Nylon flag material which is lightweight and water resistant. These flags come in four sizes and are fitted with a header and grommets for use with any outdoor flagpole. Carrot Top also features an indoor Burundi flag with a gold fringe, ideal for use with one of our flagpole sets. In addition we supply mini Burundi flag measuring 4”x6”.

See our international flag category for national flags from every continent in the world. Carrot-Top Industries is a leading supplier of American flags in the country and our unmatched selection houses our very own Beacon® nylon American flag and the Patriarch® polyester American flag. See our vast collection of indoor and parade flag poles, our outdoor commercial poles and residential flag poles. For more information contact us on (800)628-3524. 

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