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Kayangel, Palau

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[Kayangel flag] image by Ian MacDonald, 10 November 2011
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Description of the Flag

Based on a personal web site at (no longer available), developed by an inhabitant of Palau, which shows the flags of all the 16 states of Palau.  The flag is light blue, with a yellow triangle bearing a brown tool and two stems of a green vine. According the census Kayangel has an area of 3 sq. km, a population of 124 inhabitants, and the capital is Kayangel.
André Pires Godinho, 30 March 2003

According to, the flag of Kayangel is light blue with a yellow triangle in the middle, charged with a brown oar surrounded by two green hibiscus vines. Blue and yellow are the same colors as used on the flag of Palau, reflecting that Kayangel is part of Palau. The triangle symbolizes the mountain of protection provided by the two properties of the State:
- the hibiscus is used to calm razing winds;
- the oar is used to tame the seas.
Ivan Sache, 30 October 2011

A photograph shown at indicates the flag shown at the Pacific Digital Library is simplified.
Paraskevas Renesis, 30 October 2011