The public Flag of Cuba - Cuban Flag (Spanish: Bandera de Cuba) fuses five trading stripes (three blue and two white) and a red changed triangle at the crane, inside which is a white five-pointed star. It was coordinated in 1849 and officially occurred on May 20, 1902. The banner is proposed as the Estrella Solitaria, or the Lone Star standard. Attracting against the Spanish Crown with the unique colossal amounts of Venezuela, Narciso López moved from his nearby Caracas to Havana, Cuba. His relationship in the enemy of pioneer movements compelled him some spot far away, ousted for phenomenal. In 1849 he moved to New York City, where he continued to push for a free Cuba.