The Venezuelan flag is yellow, blue, and red with the National Coat of Arms in the top left and an arc of eight five pointed white stars in the middle of the blue band. The Venezuelan flag has gone through multiple modifications. The stars represent the seven Venezuelan provinces. The eight stars flag of Venezuela was introduced in 2006, it is to represent province Esequiba, which is located in the territory of Guyana which Venezuela is claiming as it’s territories.
The design depicts a horizontal tricolor of yellow, blue, and red, dating to the original flag introduced in 1811, in the Venezuelan War of Independence. The yellow is used to signify the wealth of the soil and the traits of agreement and justice and of the sun. The blue was used to symbolise courage while red signifies the nation’s freedom from Spain.