flag: Ecuador 🇪🇨

Get ready to fly to South America with the Ecuador Flag emoji! This emoji shows a yellow stripe that is laid horizontally across the flag’s half, with two blue and red stripes. Ecuador’s “coat of arms” sits in the middle of the flag.

The Ecuador flag is designed with yellow, blue, and red colors that each have a significant meaning to the country. Red commemorates the fallen Ecuadorian soldiers who fought for independence from Spain. Yellow represents the sun, and blue symbolizes the sky and sea.

The unique looking logo in the middle of the flag is called the “coat of arms” which also has a deep meaning. The small details in the logo are called emblems which are the snow capped mountain, river, ship, leaves, and the sun.

Ecuador is actually a more laid back country unlike the rest of the countries in South America, but it should not stop from exploring its culture, cuisine, and people. Ecuador’s national tree has an element that has healing properties. The Quinine are used to treat and prevent malaria.

This country is a combination of beautiful mountain landscapes and castle-like structures. Capturing those picturesques views on camera will make you want to use the Ecuador flag emoji to let everyone know how beautiful the place is.

The Ecuador emoji can be used alongside festival related emojis, like the Party Popper emoji because this country is known for its colorful and lively street festivals.

🇪🇨 Flag: Ecuador is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 2.0.

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This Flag: Ecuador Is Also Known As:

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Flag: Ecuador Emoji History

Flag: Ecuador Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Flag: Ecuador Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F1EA 1F1E8
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010