by Jacci Howard Bear
These palettes feature eight different shades of green. Please keep in mind that the colors as shown on the Web may appear different from the color in print.
Belarus uses this green, red, and white.
Both Iraq and Iran use these shades of green and red in their flags.
Here are the colors of Italy.
The flag of Mexico is predominantly these three colors. The seal which appears on the flag also includes brown, gold, and other colors.
These are the colors of Azerbaijan.
Cyprus flys green, yellow, and white.
Here are the colorful shades of the Commonwealth of Dominica: green, yellow, red, and purple.
Vanuatu is similiar to Dominica but with a slightly different shade of red and black in place of purple.
Turkmenistan uses the same colors as Vanuatu but the red, and green are slightly different shades and the yellow is very orangey (but they call it yellow).
These are the colors of the Republic of Seychelles . PMS 195 is a dark red.
These palettes do not represent flags from every nation in the world but do cover a wide variety of color combinations. The colors presented here come from a variety of official and unofficial sources, including (but not limited to) color specifications found at Flags of the World.