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Cameroon Flag

Shop for authentic Cameroon Flags. We offer indoor and outdoor Cameroon flags in durable nylon. Our outdoor flags are finished with a canvas heading, while indoor flags are finished with a lined pole hem and your choice of with or without fringe. We also offer indoor and outdoor Cameroon flag sets. In addition to the flags we offer for purchase, we maintain an archive of the audio for the Cameroon National Anthem, historical information about the Cameroon flag, and demographic data about Cameroon

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Flag History
Cameroon originally a German colony, partitioned by the French and British, became controlled by the French after 1959. The actual design of the first flag was based on the French Tricolor but the original design did not have a star. In 1961, the southern part of British Cameroon joined the former French colony forming the current state of Cameroon. To mark this, two yellow stars were placed in the upper hoist. In 1975, two stars were replaced by a single star in the center of the flag to symbolize unity of the state.
Geographic Coordinates
6 00 N, 12 00 E
475,440 sq km
Life Expectancy
54.04 years
Government Type
$42.76 billion (2009 est.)
30% (2001 est.)
Central African CFA franc (XAF)
Calling Code

Cameroon National Anthem

O Cameroon, Cradle of Our Forefathers



O Cameroon, Thou Cradle of our Fathers, Holy Shrine where in our midst they now repose, Their tears and blood and sweat thy soil did water, On thy hills and valleys once their tillage rose. Dear Fatherland, thy worth no tongue can tell! How can we ever pay thy due? Thy welfare we will win in toil and love and peace, Will be to thy name ever true!

Land of Promise, land of Glory! Thou, of life and joy, our only store! Thine be honour, thine devotion, And deep endearment, for evermore.

From Shari, from where the Mungo meanders From along the banks of lowly Boumba Stream, Muster thy sons in union close around thee, Mighty as the Buea Mountain be their team; Instil in them the love of gentle ways, Regret for errors of the past; Foster, for Mother Africa, a loyalty That true shall remain to the last.