The National Flag of Argentina has three Equal horizontal bands. White colors and blue light with a radiant yellow sun with a human face known as the May Sun focused on the white band.
The colors represent the clear skies and the snow of the Andes; The symbol of the sun commemorates the appearance of the sun through the cloudy skies on May 25, 1810, during the first mass demonstration in favor of independence.
Manuel Belgrano created the flag during the Argentine War of Independence. He originally created the Cockade of Argentina and then made a flag of the same colors nine days later.