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Flags of the Latin American countries

1. INTRODUCTION

Below you can find the flags of all the Latin American countries.

I hope you find it useful.

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2. FLAGS OF THE LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Argentina flagBolivia flagBrazil flag

Chile

Colombia

Costa Rica

Chile flagColombia flagCosta Rica flag

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Cuba flagDominican Republic flagEcuador flag

El Salvador

Guatemala

Haiti

El Salvador flagGuatemala flagHaiti flag

Honduras

Mexico

Nicaragua

Honduras flagMexico flagNicaragua flag

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Panama flagParaguay flagPeru flag

Uruguay

Venezuela

Uruguay flagVenezuela flag


(*) NOTE: All images are resized to 200 x 140 pixels (for reasons of aesthetic homogeneity). If you click on them you can check their real sizes and dimensions.

 

3. NOTES AND CLARIFICATIONS

 

4. REFERENCES

  • The images of the flags have been retrieved from Wikimedia Commons. You can consult the author and their source by clicking on each of them.
 

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7 Comments

  1. A Latin American country is a country that has been colonized by Spain or another nation whose language derives from Latin such as Spain or Portugal. Puerto Rico has been colonized by Spain, has its own flag, its own seal, and competes as an independent nation in the Olympics, Ms Universe and any other contest. If PR was not a country it would not be able to participate independently. Additionally, the fact that we are in a commonwealth with the US does not have anything to do with being a country. You are mistaken in your definition and your colors are showing by calling PR a dependency—that’s not a legal nor political term. If you don’t think we are not a country, we will just have to see you at the next competition. As small as we are in size, we a force to contend with.

    • The problem is that, by definition, PR is NOT a country.

      I recommend learning about your own political history.

      PR has rejected being its own country in every single referendum since 1967 (and you’ve had 5; last in 2017).

    • In this post you have ALL the flags of the latin-american countries.

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