The national flag of Germany emoji is gold, red, and black. It consists of three horizontal stripes that feel powerful and assertive. It first became the flag of Germany in 1919 during the Weimar Republic.
Keywords: Unity Day
Codepoints: 1F1E9 1F1EA
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
Tanzania's flag emoji features a green triangle in the top left corner and a blue triangle in the bottom right corner. A black stripe runs diagonally from the bottom left corner to the top right. The black stripe is bordered by yellow stripes on both sides.
The flag of Kenya emoji displays 3 colors. A white stripe on top, red stripe in the middle, and a green stripe on the bottom all separated by a thin white line. Displayed in the middle is a red, white, and black horizontal shield.
The black flag emoji shows just that, a black flag. It is shown the same across all platforms, and can be used as a symbol of being a rebellious, punk, goth, anarchist, or that you’re having a bad day.
The Costa Rican flag emoji is made up of five horizontal red, white, and blue stripes. The thick red one in the middle is flanked by two white stripes, followed by two blue stripes on the top and bottom.
The flag emoji for Eswatini has various elements. The background is made up of mirrored stripes of yellow and blue lining either side of a central red band. The flag emoji also features a Nguni shield, two spears and a staff decorated with feathers.