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Martinique Snake Flag Colors Hex, RGB & CMYK Codes

There are 2 colors in this flag. These are Dark Cornflower Blue (#1B408F) and White (#FFFFFF).

This color combination was created by user Manish. The Hex, RGB and CMYK codes are in the table below.

Color Information Shades
Dark Cornflower Blue
  • Name: Dark Cornflower Blue
  • Hex: #1b408f
  • RGB: (27, 64, 143)
  • CMYK: 0.811, 0.552, 0, 0.439
  • Name: White
  • Hex: #FFFFFF
  • RGB: (255, 255, 255)
  • CMYK: 0, 0, 0, 0

The Snake flag of Martinique has a white cross on a blue field. Each quarter has a white-colored snake (the fer-de-lance viper) which is native to the region. The flag was used by the French military on buildings and uniforms. It was also used as coat of arms by the National Gendarmerie. The hex, RGB and CMYK codes of the blue are in the table while the closest Pantone® value of the blue is 7687 C.

Martinique, a French overseas region in the Caribbean, uses the flag of France for official purposes.

Martinique Snake Flag Colors Image Format

Martinique Snake Flag Colors - Color scheme palette thumbnail - #1b408f #FFFFFF
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