Macao Special Administrative Region Flag Area Emblem

Macao Special Administrative Region Flag

Macao, located in the southeastern part of Guangdong Province and the West Bank of the Pearl River Delta, consists of the Macao Peninsula, Taipa and Luhuan Islands. It was occupied by Portugal in 1887, and the Chinese government regained its sovereignty in December 1999.

Today, Macao is capitalist and has a high degree of autonomy, but its sovereignty belongs to China. When Macao returned to the motherland government, it designed the symbolic regional flag and emblem of Macao . The regional flag of the Macao Special Administrative Region is a green flag with five-star, lotus flower, bridge and sea water patterns. The ratio of length to width is 3:2, with five-star, lotus flower and sea water in the middle. The regional emblem of the Macao Special Administrative Region has five-star, lotus flower, bridge and sea water patterns, with green as the background and traditional Chinese writing around it. Macao Special Administrative Region of China, followed by Macao 's Portuguese "MACAU".

Regional Flag of Macao Special Administrative Region

The main patterns of the flag and emblem of the Macao Special Administrative Region are roughly the same, which symbolizes peace and tranquility and highlights the love of lotus among the Macao people.

Macao Special Administrative Region emblem