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Dominica Flag

Shop for authentic Dominica Flags. We offer indoor and outdoor Dominica 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 Dominica flag sets. In addition to the flags we offer for purchase, we maintain an archive of the audio for the Dominica National Anthem, historical information about the Dominica flag, and demographic data about Dominica

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Flag History
The Dominican flag adopted in 1978 features the national bird emblem, the sisserou parrot which is unique to Dominica and is an endangered species. The green field represents the lush vegetation of the land while the cross represents the Trinity and the Christian faith. The three color stripes recall the native Indians, the fertile soil and the pure water while the ten stars stand for the ten parishes and the red disk for social justice.
Geographic Coordinates
15 25 N, 61 20 W
751 sq km
Life Expectancy
75.77 years
Government Type
Parliamentary democracy
$743 million (2009 est.)
23% (2000 est.)
East Caribbean dollar (XCD)
Calling Code
+1 767
Internet TLD

Dominica National Anthem

Isle of Beauty, Isle of Splendour



Isle of beauty, isle of splendour,
Isle to all so sweet and fair,
All must surely gaze in wonder
At thy gifts so rich and rare.
Rivers, valleys, hills and mountains,
All these gifts we do extol.
Healthy land, so like all fountains,
Giving cheer that warms the soul.

Dominica, God hath blest thee
With a clime benign and bright,
Pastures green and flowers of beauty
Filling all with pure delight,
And a people strong and healthy,
Full of godly reverent fear.
May we ever seek to praise Thee
For these gifts so rich and rare.

Come ye forward, sons and daughters
Of this gem beyond compare.
Strive for honour, sons and daughters,
Do the right, be firm, be fair.
Toil with hearts and hands and voices.
We must prosper! Sound the call,
In which ev'ryone rejoices,
"All for Each and Each for All."