The Syrian flag has three horizontal stripes of red, white, and black, and in the middle of the white flag are two five-pointed green stars. The Syrian national flag was originally adopted on February 22, 1958. The latest version was updated on March 30, 1980. History The first Syrian flag […]

The London flag is based on the flag of England, with the red cross of George’s crucifix on a white background, with a red sword in the upper elevated canton (upper left fourth). The sword is believed to represent the sword that beheaded St. Paul, the patron saint of the […]

The Barcelona flag is the flag of the Municipality of Barcelona, ​​which combines the Cross of St. George, the patron saint of Catalonia, with the traditional red and yellow bars of the Senyera, the ancient symbol of the Aragon crown (there are bars here vertically, although the modern Catalan flag […]

The Berlin flag has three red-white-red stripes, with each of the two outer stripes occupying one-fifth of its height, with the middle three-fifths remaining. A bear is engraved on the civilian flag, while the state flag bears the emblem of Berlin. The West Berlin Civil Flag was adopted on May […]

The Los Angeles flag in 1931 by Los Angeles residents Roy E. Silent and E.S. Presented by the La Fiesta Association to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the city. Also, the Order of 70,000 officially established the flag, then known as the “Fiesta Flag”, as the official flag of the […]

The Sweden flag consists of a yellow or gold Nordic cross (for example, an irregular flat cross, with a crossbeam earlier than the fly, with the cross extending in favor of the Swedish flag) on a blue background. The designed Nordic cross usually indicates it. The design and colors of […]

The Australian flag is based on the British Blue Ensign – a blue background with the Union Jack flag in the upper canton or upper neighborhood – reinforced with a large white seven-pointed star (Commonwealth) and a facade. From the constellation of the Southern Cross, consisting of five white stars […]

The  NYC  flag, related flags in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island counties, and flags of some city offices. The NYC flag is in three vertical colors: blue, white, and orange, and is charged in blue in the center bar with the New York City seal. The tricolor […]

The Toronto flag was first designed in 1974 by Renato de Santis, a 21-year-old graphic design student at George Brown College. The design won a competition held in 1974 by the Toronto Flag Design Committee. The previous flag contained city signs on a white and blue background, which seemed very […]

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