The Cape Verde flag was officially adopted on February 25, 1992. The gold stars represent the (10) islands of the country. The dark blue represents the Atlantic Ocean and the red stripe - the road to economic progress.

The Cape Verde flag was officially adopted on February 25, 1992. The gold stars represent the (10) islands of the country. The dark blue represents the Atlantic Ocean and the red stripe - the road to economic progress.

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Cape Verde,Total area: 1,556 sq mi (4,030 sq km)    Population (2012 est.): 523,568 (growth rate: 1.43%), life expectancy: 71; density per sq km: 105    Capital and largest city (2009 est.): Praia, 125,000    Other large city: Mindelo, 66,100

Cape Verde,Total area: 1,556 sq mi (4,030 sq km) Population (2012 est.): 523,568 (growth rate: 1.43%), life expectancy: 71; density per sq km: 105 Capital and largest city (2009 est.): Praia, 125,000 Other large city: Mindelo, 66,100

OK so this is Providence, not Cape Verde but the caption says "On Pike Street. Corner of Pike and Brook Street." I used to live near there! I could be related to some of them. | Girls with flag at Cape Verdean Parade WWII by Fox Point Oral History Project, via Flickr

OK so this is Providence, not Cape Verde but the caption says "On Pike Street. Corner of Pike and Brook Street." I used to live near there! I could be related to some of them. | Girls with flag at Cape Verdean Parade WWII by Fox Point Oral History Project, via Flickr

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