Guyana ISD Calling code is +592
The flag od Guyana was adopted in 1966 and its base consists of a green leaf to whose right edge a yellow shape with white trimming which reminds an arrow expands. The pole side of the flag forms a base of a red triangle with black trim. The flag was selected through a public competition in 1962, which was won by American draft of Whitney Smith. The flag is nicknamed “The Golden Arrowhead,” refering to the aforementioned yellow arrow. The symbolism of the colors used is as follows: white color symbolizes the country’s waters, black perseverance in building a better tomorrows, yellow stands for mineral wealth and green for lush vegetation.
Wild and welcoming in equal measure, Guyana’s attractions range from the awesome natural splendour of Kaieteur Falls, to the charming, stilted wooden houses of its capital, Georgetown.
Jungle trekking, freshwater fishing and wildlife watching are the big draws, and while few succeed in sighting the country’s famously elusive jaguar’s, nature lovers will have the opportunity to spot giant anteaters, giant otters and, sticking with the supersize theme, arapaima, the world’s largest freshwater fish.
|Total area||214,969 km2|
|Formation||26. 5. 1966|
|Highest point||Mount Roraima (2,750 m)|
|GDP||$ 7,965 (IMF, 2012)|
|Currency||guyanese dollar (GYD)|
|ISD Calling code||+592|
|How to Dial||Please Add 00 or + as Prefix to these Codes|