The Nepalese flag is a combination of two pennons with a border and with a sun and crescent moon. The used colors in the flag are blue, red, white. The proportion of the Nepalese flag is 1:1.21901033. The Flag of Nepal was adopted in 1743. The last change to the current Nepalese flag design was in 1962.
The Nepalese flag is the flag of the country named Nepal. Nepal is located in continental Asia. Nepal has 2 neighbouring countries. The total length of land borders of Nepal is 1 818 mi/ 2 926 km. Nepal border neighbours and border lengths are: People's Republic of China: 1 236 km, India: 1 690 km.
28 431 500 people are living in Nepal, a country stretching over 56 827 sq mi/ 147 181 km² (2.6% water). The population density in Nepal is of 500 per sq mi/ 193 people per km². The official language of Nepal is Nepali. The capital city of Nepal is Kathmandu. Nepal is a Federal parliamentary republic.
The currency in Nepal is the Nepalese rupee ₨ (NPR). UTC (standard time) in Nepal is UTC+05:45 and UTC+05:45 in summer. Nepal has the unique two-letter country code, NP (also Internet top-level domain), its three-letter country code is NPL, and its three-digit country code is 524. The calling code for Nepal is +977.
|Three-letter country code:||NPL|
|Three-digit country code:||524|