A high qality picture image of Seychelles' Flag

Flag of Seychelles

The current flag of Seychelles five oblique bands representing the country`s movement into the future.  The blue color on the flag represents the sea and the sky that surrounds the country.  The yellow band symbolizes the sun that provides light and life as for the red band stands for the people with their determination to work for the future in unity and love.  The white band symbolizes social justice and harmony in the country.  Finally the green band represents the land and the natural environment.  The original flag of Seychelles was adopted on June 18, 1996 when President James Mancham was overthrown by France-Albert Rene and the first red white and green flag was flown.  The current flag was adopted on June 18, 1996.