National flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The official name of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) is Bosnia & Herzegovina and consists of Blue and gold flag colors. The capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Sarajevo. Bosnia and Herzegovina has the total estimated population as of 2021 is 3,791,622 or 3.8 M based on 2 states, 7 cities. The independence day is celebrated on March 1, 1992 and the founder of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Tvrtko I of Bosnia.

(3.8 M)


51,209.0 km2
(19,771.897318 sqm)






About Bosnia and Herzegovina Flag

Bosnia and Herzegovina flag
Bosnia and Herzegovina Flag Colors   Blue
Meaning of Bosnia and Herzegovina flag colors

This country’s flag has three colors. Blue on the base, a yellow triangle and white stars on the hypotenuse side of the triangle. The three colors signify the following: Blue: peace and neutrality. White: The stars represent Europe and are supposed to be unlimited. Yellow: The yellow triangle outlines the country’s boundaries. Also represents the three different groups of the country.

Proportion 1:2
Proportion (decimals) 2.0
Flag Adoption Date February 4, 1998

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Provinces/States (2)

Cities (7)

Airports (14)

  • Banja Luka International Airport
  • Bihać sportski aerodrom - Bihac sport Airfield
  • Brod Airstrip
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Neighboring Countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina