St. Georges, Grenada
The flag of Grenada contains the three Pan-African colours. The flag has a red border with six stars to represent the six parishes of the country. In the center there is a red circle with a yellow star to represent the capitol, Saint Georges. On the side of the hoist there is a symbol of a nutmeg, the country’s principal crop. The red on the flag stands for courage and vitality. The yellow colour represents wisdom and wealth. The green symbolizes the vegetation and agriculture in the country. The flag was adopted after gaining independence from Great Britain on February 7, 1974.