Well, in case you’ve wondered what this flag stands for, it is the flag that represents Benin, the small African countries, and one of the most stable African democracies. It used to be called Dahomey and that changed in 1975. While, on economic side, this country is still severely undeveloped and the corruption is the normal thing here. One of the shores in Benin is known as the Slave Coast, as it was used for shipment of the slaves back in a day. Although, nowadays the voodoo tradition that we all know actually originates from the Benin which is creepy.
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This emoji is believed to be first introduced to Emoji 1.0. Benin emoji appeared on iOS 8.3, Android 5.0, EmojiOne 1.0 for the first time.