🇧🇱 St. Barthélemy emoji

Definition - 🇧🇱 meaning

Ever wondered what this flag represents? Well, it’s the flag of St. Barthélemy, the territorial collectivity of France in West Indies, and while the locals call this small country Ouanalao, it was first encountered and discovered by Christopher Columbus, that he decided to name it after his brother Bartolomeo. The island also has the marine reserve and over 1200 species, so it’s definitely one of the places that you should visit, not only because it has beautiful yet deserted beaches that you’re most likely to enjoy if you prefer the palms and unknown species, and we all admit to that.

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History of St. Barthélemy emoji

This emoji is believed to be first introduced to Emoji 1.0. St. Barthélemy emoji appeared on iOS 9.0, EmojiOne 2.0 for the first time.

What is the code of St. Barthélemy emoji?

Unicode : U+1F1E7U+1F1F1
Hexadecimal :   &#x1F1E7&#x1F1F1
Decimal : &#133654770161

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