Grief is a word that describes black. This color unfolds the stories of misfortune, death, and conflict. In contrast with the Roman Catholic, black represents the priest’s capitulation to God. Black might also mean refinement, and people who wear all black can increase their attractiveness. But when it comes to business and employment, this color is a trademark of determination. A flag with a black color presents a strong-minded nation for Belgians. However, in Egypt this color means a fresh start for the second time.
A country said to have determination might mean it is a habitat of successful individuals. The color black actually lies vertically to the left were the flag is lift. The flag of Belgium is composed of three colors (starting from the left) black, yellow, and red. The color yellow is at the center, which means to have a heart with generosity. The color yellow not only means bright, vibrant, cheerful or sunny, but also courage. Whilst the red is a color that always catches attention and demonstrates awareness, for Belgians red means strength, hardiness, bravery, and valor. The Belgians’ symbolisms for red are nearly the same as the Austrians’.
Actually, this flag has a strange ratio of 13:15 and the facts about the proportions are still unsolved. When the Belgians are asked about their flag, they always say that a flag is really rectangle and not square. The maker/s of this flag was actually inspired by the German flag, nonetheless the flag is horizontal and the vertical style was inspired by France’s flag. The yellow pantone is yellow 116 c and the red pantone color that was used is 186. The pantone colors are based from swatches.