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The Starry Story
Stars are illustrated on many country’s flags. But the flag of America is winning fair and square when it comes to the nation that has the most stars on its flag. In fact, the 50 stars representing the total number of states in the USA is far ahead of the competition.

The second place goes to Brazil with 26 stars. The flag of Brazil also has a unique appearance with a green field and a natural star constellation in the middle.
The Cook Island – in the South Pacific Ocean and northeast of New Zealand ranks on the third position with 15 stars on its flag. Uzbekistan is on the fourth position with 12 stars while Cap Verde and Dominica fall on the fifth and sixth positions with 10 stars each.

The single star approach is also very popular with some countries.

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Interestingly, the star is the most popular celestial symbol used on flags. It is present in 70 flags of the world while around 20 have suns and 15 feature the moon.

On the other hand, there are many countries that go for the single star approach to portray their unique features. For example, the lone star on the flags of North Korea, Vietnam, and Angola represents Communism. The same stands for the light of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey, while Chile and Croatia use it as a guiding star.

Take a look at the interesting Infographic below that highlights the countries with the most stars on their flags.
The Starry Story
Infographic by: Statista

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The Starry Story #Infographic

The Starry Story
Stars are illustrated on many country’s flags. But the flag of America is winning fair and square when it comes to the nation that has the most stars on its flag. In fact, the 50 stars representing the total number of states in the USA is far ahead of the competition.

The second place goes to Brazil with 26 stars. The flag of Brazil also has a unique appearance with a green field and a natural star constellation in the middle.
The Cook Island – in the South Pacific Ocean and northeast of New Zealand ranks on the third position with 15 stars on its flag. Uzbekistan is on the fourth position with 12 stars while Cap Verde and Dominica fall on the fifth and sixth positions with 10 stars each.

The single star approach is also very popular with some countries.

See Also: The Top 100 Countries With the Tallest Buildings #Infographic

Interestingly, the star is the most popular celestial symbol used on flags. It is present in 70 flags of the world while around 20 have suns and 15 feature the moon.

On the other hand, there are many countries that go for the single star approach to portray their unique features. For example, the lone star on the flags of North Korea, Vietnam, and Angola represents Communism. The same stands for the light of Islam in Pakistan and Turkey, while Chile and Croatia use it as a guiding star.

Take a look at the interesting Infographic below that highlights the countries with the most stars on their flags.
The Starry Story
Infographic by: Statista

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