Flag of Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe, an overseas region and department of France located in the Caribbean, has no flag with official status other than the French national flag. In addition to the French flag, an inscribed regional logo on a white field is often used as regional flag, similar to the practice in Mayotte and Réunion. The logo of Guadeloupe shows a stylized sun and bird on a green and blue square with the subscript REGION GUADELOUPE underlined in yellow.

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Flag of France
Guadeloupe is a region of France
UseNational flag, civil and state ensign
Adopted15 February 1794
Flag of the Guadeloupe Region
UseState flag

Other flagsEdit

A locally used unofficial flag, based on the coat of arms of Guadeloupe's capital Basse-Terre has a black or red field with a yellow sun and a green sugar cane, and a blue stripe with yellow fleurs-de-lis on the top.

Locally used unofficial flag

The independentist People's Union for the Liberation of Guadeloupe has proposed a national flag very similar to that of Suriname.

The French tricolore is the official national flag used in Guadeloupe.[1]


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