The Curaçao flag is a blue flag with a yellow stripe and two white stars at the top of the hoisting side. The colors used in the flag are blue, yellow and white. The size of the Curaçao flag is 2:3. The flag of Curaçao was adopted in 1984. The first use of the current design was in 1984. The last change in the current Curaçao flag design was in 1984.
The Curaçao flag is the flag of the country Curaçao. Curaçao is located in the continent North America.
158 040 people live in Curaçao, a country with an area of 444 km² (0% water). The population density in Curaçao is 356 inhabitants per km². The official languages of Curaçao are Dutch, English and Papiamentu. The capital of Curaçao is Willemstad. Curaçao is a Constitutional monarchy.
The currency in Curaçao is the Antillean guilder (ANG). UTC (standard time) in Curaçao is UTC-04:00 and UTC-04:00 in summer. Curaçao has the unique two-letter country code CW (also called the internet top-level domain). The unique three-letter country code is CUW, and the three-digit country code is 599. The country code number (telephone number) for Curaçao is +599.
|Three-letter country code:||CUW|
|Three-digit country code:||599|