Flag of Curaçao
Adopted July 2, 1984 [1]
Designed by (unknown)
Proportions 2:3

The flag of Curaçao is blue with a yellow horizontal stripe below the center of the flag. In the canton area of the flag are two white five-pointed stars, the smaller one being closer to the canton's corner.


According to the now non-existent Curaçao tourism website [2],

Curaçao’s flag portrays the blue sea and sky, bisected by the yellow sun. The two stars represent Curaçao and its uninhabited sister island Klein Curaçao; their five points symbolize the five continents from which the varied local population originates.


  1. Curaçao at the Flag Identifier
  2. Curacao (Netherlands Antilles) at Flags of the World
Netherlands Subdivisions of the Kingdom of The Netherlands
Countries: ArubaCuraçaoNetherlandsSint Maarten
Provinces of The Netherlands: DrentheFlevolandFrieslandGelderlandGroningenLimburgNorth BrabantNorth HollandOverijsselUtrechtZeelandSouth Holland
Metropolitan areas: AlmeloAlmereAmsterdamArnhemBarendrechtDordrechtEindhovenGorinchemLeidenLisseMaastrichtNieuwkoopNijmegenPapendrechtSliedrechtStrijenThe HagueUtrechtVlaardingenZwijndrecht
Special municipalities: BonaireSabaSint Eustatius
Former countries: Netherlands Antilles (1986-2010)Suriname (1959-1975)