Talk:Flag of Djibouti

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In my flag book (the one with ratios in) says the ratio is 2:3. Altough this one is abit out of date has old flags in USSR etc and also its known as Jibuti. - fonzy

The FOTW page on Djibouti has multiple references to flagbooks stating it's 21:38 (or even 1:2). Even though they themselves have a 2:3 flag, I'd say the ratio is sufficiently odd as to not be made up, it has to have some validity, and the (small) Djiboutian website also features a tiny flag that seems more in line with a 21:38 flag than a 2:3 one, see here (at the bottom). Scipius 18:17 Oct 3, 2002 (UTC)

Whichever it is, the article should be consistent. The sidebar says the proportions are 4:7, but the flag depicted is 2:3. Ksn (talk) 23:38, 1 December 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]


From the image, the white triangle looks equilateral. A•N•N•A hi! 22:26, 27 May 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Indeed, if you look at the coordinates given in the flag's SVG code, it is precisely equilateral. Ksn (talk) 00:57, 12 December 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

The page currently states it is equilateral in the introductory paragraph but isosceles in the summary box on the right and in the "Characteristics" section. This page says "The triangle in this flag is isosceles, but definitely not equilateral in my source (and in many vexillological books). Armand du Payrat, 12 Feb 2003" — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:32, 27 July 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Is this article to large to be a stub? What else could be added to it? I believe the stub template should be removed. --Randomperson2864 (talk) 17:08, 24 July 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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