Introduction For Costa Rica Flag Lapel Pin

Introduction For Costa Rica Flag Lapel Pin

Costa Rica is a republic in Latin America, bordering Nicaragua in the north and Panama in the south. It became a permanent neutral country on November 17, 1983. According to the Constitution, Costa Rica has no army and only the police and security forces maintain internal security. It is the first country in the world that does not have an army.


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Item: Costa Rica Flag Lapel Pin

Size: 25mm

Gold plated

Hard enamel logo

Butterfly clutch


The Costa Rican flag was launched on November 27, 1906. The national flag lapel pin is rectangular and the ratio of length to width is about 5:3. The flag is composed of five parallel strips of blue, white, red, white and blue from top to bottom. The red wide strip is twice as wide as blue and white, and the national emblem is painted on the left side of the red part. The blue and white colors are from the colors of the former Central American federal flag, and the red part was added when the Republic was established in 1848. Blue represents the sky, opportunity, idealism, and perseverance; red represents enthusiasm and blood for independence; white represents peace, wisdom, and happiness.