Red Squares: The blood of the heroes.
Blue Squares: Represents Progress and Freedom
White Cross: Unity and Peace
The current flag of the Dominican Republic was flown for the first time on February 27, 1844, day of the Dominican independence.
The Dominican flag has in the middle a white cross that symbolizes unity and peace. It has four squares, two red and two blue. The blue squares represent the Dominican sky, progress, and freedom. The red squares represent the blood of the heroes that fought for the Dominican Republic.
At the center of the flag is the Dominican Republic’s coat of arms. Above the shield there is a blue ribbon with the national motto: Dios PatriaLibertad – God Country-Fatherland Liberty
Las Mañanitas is the traditional Mexican birthday song. It is so popular that it is now sung in most Latin American countries. Usually this beautiful song is sung when the birthday person wakes up or before blowing the candles on the…