The 3-Stripe

The national flag of Argentina came into place at the time of the war of independence. The 3-stripe blue and white horizontal flag was used then as a war flag in 1812, and later adopted as the national flag, with the sun added to the white stripe in 1816. The blue stripes are believed to represent the sky, with the sun representing the Inca sun god. The completed flag represents united provinces of Argentina. For more details follow the link

National Flag