Flag and coat of arms of Mayotte

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Flag of France.svg
Flag of France
Mayotte is an overseas region of France
Name Tricolore
Use National flag, civil and state ensign
Proportion 2:3
Adopted 15 February 1794
Flag of Mayotte (local).svg
Unofficial flag of Mayotte
Proportion 2:3

The unofficial local flag and coat of arms of Mayotte represents the French overseas department of Mayotte. It consists of a shield with a cloud design, a sideways crescent and flowers in blue and red segments. The supporters of the shield are seahorses. The motto, placed in a grey ribbon, reads "RA HACHIRI" – We are vigilant in Shimaore (Comorian).


Mayotte is an Overseas region of France. The French flag is thus the official flag.


The official flag of Mayotte is the French tricolor. The unofficial local flag consists of a white field with the archipelago's coat of arms below an inscription "MAYOTTE" in red capitals.

Coat of arms[edit]

Coat of arms 

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Media related to Coats of arms of Mayotte at Wikimedia Commons