Are you looking to brush up on your trivia knowledge? This article on the four countries with green, white, and orange in their flag (and their meanings) will undoubtedly be one for the books!
Ireland is the last entry on our list of the four countries with green, white, and orange in their flag.
You are watching: Orange and white flag
First risen on the 21 January 1919, this flag follows a similar style to that of the Ivory Coast. The flag consists of three vertical panels (from left to right): green, white, and orange.
The green in Ireland’s flag represents the Catholic community in Ireland and those who strive for a united Ireland, as a Republic.
The white band, in the centre of the flag, represents peace. And lastly, the orange line on the Irish flag represents the Irish protestant community who swear allegiance to the British crown.
It is considered that the Irish flag represents equality for all Irish people, regardless of religion or political stance. Although, it is essential to note that in Northern Ireland, the only official flag is the Union Flag, as it is part of the United Kingdom.