Jamaican Flag | Adopted on August 6, 1962, the day it won its independence from the British-the top and bottom are equal green triangles, the left and the right triangles are black in color. The flag has Pan-African colors, each of which venerates Jamaica's African legacy-green is the symbol of hope and agricultural abundance, the yellow is representative of natural resources and sunshine, and Black stands for creativity and courage of the people.
Jamaica as it used to be - Telegraph A striking collection of old photographs recording Jamaica at the turn of the 20th century will shortly go to auction at Bonhams in London. Gathered from the pioneering photographic studios of the era, they give a startling sense of life for Jamaican families at work and play in the country.
The Jamaica National Flag was first raised on Independence Day, August 6, 1962. It signifies the birth of our nation tallawah Jamaica. The Flag brings to mind memories of past achievements and gives inspiration towards further future successes. It is flown on many triumphant occasions, showing the pride that Jamaicans have in their country and their people and also in the flag itself. .What does the Jamaica flag means to you?