The flag of Jamaica consists of a Saint Andrew's Cross that divides the flag into four sections. The color of the Cross is yellow; the sections represent triangles and colored the following way: the triangles on the left and on the right sides of the flag are black, the triangles at the top and at the bottom are green. The flag was adopted in 1962.
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