The Seattle Flag is white and has the Seattle City logo (a picture of the Seattle president surrounded by two lines), with the words “City of Goodwill” above it and “Seattle” below. The flag was designed by architect David Wright and approved by Seattle City Councilmember Paul Cranwell. Approved July […]

The Alberta flag is the official symbol of the province of Alberta, Canada. In 1968, the provincial legislature approved the design of a flag and approved it on June 1, 1968. This flag has a ratio of 1: 2, while the provincial shield is located in the center of a […]

The Bennington Flag is a version of the American flag associated with the American Revolutionary War in Bennington and takes its name from it. Its distinguishing feature is the insertion of a large “76” in the canton, referring to 1776. History One legend claims that the original Bennington flag pulled […]

The Argentina flag is a tribune, consisting of three equally wide horizontal bands in light blue and white. There are different interpretations of the reasons for these colors. The flag was created by Manuel Belgrano to create the Argentine Cockade and was first raised on February 27, 1812, during the […]

The Palau flag was adopted on January 1, 1981, when the island group seceded from the United Nations. Like the flags of several other groups of Pacific islands, light blue is used to represent the ocean and the country’s position. While this puts Palau in common with the Federated States […]

The Houston Flag is the official flag of the city of Houston. The flag consists of a large white five-pointed star on a blue background with the city sealed inside the star. This flag was adopted in 1915. History In 1915, Mayor Ben Campbell decided that Houston should have its […]

The Orlando flag is a two-color horizontal flag in white and blue, deflected by a beautiful image of the Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain in the center. The bottom blue bar occupies one-third of the vertical length. Around the fountain is a golden image of the sun in the shape […]

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 […]

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