The flag of Paraguay emoji shows 3 horizontal stripes with red on top, white in the middle, and blue on the bottom. The coat of arms symbol is in the middle of the white stripe. The flag was first adopted in 1842 and was revised in 2013.
Codepoints: 1F1F5 1F1FE
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 2.0)
The Serbia flag emoji displays 3 horizontal lines with red on top, navy-blue in the middle, and white on the bottom. Slightly off-centered to the left is a yellow, red, and white crest with a crown on top and a red outline.
The flag of Burundi emoji is divided into found sections with thick white diagonal lines. The top and bottom triangles are red. The left and right triangles are green. At the center is a white circle, containing three red six-pointed stars with green borders.
The flag of Sint Maarten emoji consists of three sections: a white triangle on the left side, a red band on top, and a blue band on the bottom. Inside the white portion is the Sint Maarteen Coat of Arms.
The flag of Puerto Rico emoji shows red and white alternating horizontal stripes starting and ending with red. There is a blue triangle connecting all of the stripes with a white star in the middle of the triangle.
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.