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Senegal Flag

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

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Flag History
Adopted in 1960, the flag of Senegal uses Pan-African colors of red, yellow and green. The star represents unity and hope. The design is modeled on the French Tricolore.
Geographic Coordinates
14 00 N, 14 00 W
196,722 sq km
Life Expectancy
59.38 years
Government Type
$22.38 billion (2009 est.)
48% (2007 est.)
West African CFA franc (XOF)
Calling Code
Internet TLD

Senegal National Anthem

Everyone strum your koras, strike the balafons (Pincez Tous vos Koras, Frappez les Balafons)



Everyone strum your koras, strike the balafons.
The red lion has roared.
The tamer of the savannah
Has leapt forward,
Dispelling the darkness.
Sunlight on our terrors, sunlight on our hope.
Stand up, brothers, here is Africa assembled.

Fibres of my green heart,
Shoulder to shoulder, my more than brothers,
O Senegalese, arise!
Join sea and springs, join steppe and forest!
Hail mother Africa, hail mother Africa.

Senegal, you the son of the lion's froth,
Sprung from the night to the gallop of horses,
Give us, oh! give us the honour of our ancestors,
Splendid as ebony and strong as muscle,
We say it clearly -- the sword has no flaw.

Senegal, we take on your great work:
To shelter the chicks from the falcons,
To make, from east to west, north to south,
Arisen, one single people, a people without seams,
But a people turned to all the winds of the earth.

Senegal, like you, like all our heroes,
We will be hard without hatred, with two open arms.
The sword in peace-time we will store in the scabbard,
For work and words will be our weapon.
The Bantu is a brother, and so is the Arab and the White.

But if the enemy burns our borders
We will be risen with weapons in our hands:
One people defying all sorrows with its faith,
Young and old, men and women.
Death, yes! We say death, but not shame.