Our 4x6' Congo nylon international flags are made from high grade nylon material. The nylon is manufactured to withstand the elements. Each flag is fully dyed for great ink penetration and finished with a standard canvas heading and brass grommets.
The flag of Congo, adopted in 1958, is divided diagonally from the lower hoist to the upper fly by a yellow stripe creating two isosceles triangles. The triangle along the hoist is green, and the one along the fly is red. Consisting of pan-African colors, the flag of Congo was the fifth national flag to use these colors. Abandoned in 1970 following a Marxist revolution, this flag was readopted in 1991.