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Flags of Spanish - Speaking Countries
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Given the FLAG, identify the SPANISH SPEAKING
The official languages of Bolivia are Spanish, Quechua and Aymara.
The official languages of Equatorial Guinea are Spanish and French.
The central emblem of the cactus, eagle and snake is based on an ancient Aztec legend about Mexico city. The vertical stripes are derived from the French tricolor and the present design was adopted in 1968 for the Olympics.
The official languages of Paraguay are Spanish and Guarani.
The official languages of Peru are Spanish and Quechua.
The present flag, where the yellow stripe in the middle is double the height of the individual red stripes, was adopted in 1938 during the Civil War. The colors date back to old Aragon kingdom of the 12th century. The official languages of Spain are Spanish (Castilian nationwide), Catalan, Galician and Basque.
United States of America
The 50 stars represent the present states of the Union, while the 13 stripes represent the original colonies that rebeled against the British. Since the War of Independence in 1777, the flag has had the "Stars and Stripes" design. The official language of US is English. The most-spoken language here after English is Spanish.
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