St Lucia Flags

The flag of St. Lucia was adopted on March 1, 1967. It has been the flag of Saint Lucia since liberation from the British. Lucia Flag has remained largely unchanged. Some certain aspects have changed, such as size of triangles and blue shade. The flag of Saint Lucia has an azure blue field.
The colors and symbols in the flag for Saint Lucia have meanings. The blue color stands for the sea and the sky. It symbolize the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean. The white and black colors symbolize the melodious relationship between the individuals of white and black races on the islands. Wealth and sunshine are represent by the yellow color of the flag. The two triangles symbolize the two volcanic cones of Saint Lucia. The triangles also signify unity.
During the British and French colonial period, Saint Lucia never had an exclusive colonial St. Lucia flag. However, in August 1939, the British permitted the island to keep its own coat of arms. Later, this new emblem used to deface the British Blue Ensign to represent the British colony of Saint Lucia. On March 1, 1967, a new flag was approved to symbolize the territory of Saint Lucia. The flag was intended by an indigenous artist named Dunstan St Omer. The former flag was adopted again with minor changes in design. The shadow of the blue color and the scope of the triangles in the flag were slightly modified.