The Serbian flag is a tricolor that includes three equal horizontal stripes, red on the upper surface and the middle waters (kingdom) and white on the side (empire).
Using painting, evaluation, the observational century has been used as the flag of the state of Serbia and the nation of Serbia.
The current shape of the flag officially created on November 11, 2010.
History of the Serbian flag
The Serbian flag has three horizontal bands that include red, blue, and white.
To the left of the flag, the Serbian weapon is displayed. Coat of Arms has a double-headed eagle on a red shield (with a crown on top) and on the eagle is a smaller red shield divided by a white cross into a fourth.
On each quarter of the shield is the Cyrillic letter “C”. The letters mean “Samo Sloga Serbina Spasava”, which means “only unity saves the Serbs”.
The colors used in the Serbian flag are pan-Slavic colors that represent freedom and revolutionary ideals.
The Serbian flag is inspired by the Russian flag and is an inverted version of the Russian flag.
The Serbs wanted to express their gratitude to the Russian flag for the help they received from the Russians during the war.
The Serbian flag used today was adopted on November 11, 2010, making it one of the newest flags.
Meaning the colors of the flag
It consists of three horizontal stripes: red-blue-white, with the arms of this country slightly to the left.
They are the color of pain slaves that many Eastern Europes countries used them for their flags.
These colors, which emphasize the common origin of the people covered, symbolize the people (red), the aristocracy (white) and the bourgeoisie (blue).
The shield shows the arms. Open wings represent the freedom of the people, as in Albania.
The eagle is from the Nemanjic dynasty, and let’s see a central Karaj with the Serbian cross, a great symbol for the Serbian people.
Serbia Flag Color Codes
Proper flag protocol
The state flag (actually the national flag) is constantly flown at the entrances of government buildings.
The National Assembly operates this flight only during meetings and during government holidays. Provincial authorities, Vojvodina, Kosovo, and Mutajija, fly it only on national holidays.
It can also fly during celebrations and other glorious events marking important events for Serbia and other occasions.
During government mourning, it flies through half-masts through provincial organs, local organs, and public services.
The Serbian civilian flag is constantly flown at the entrances of the National Assembly and the provincial bodies and public services.
This should be displayed in a polling station during elections for local or local authorities.
It can also be raised at celebrations and other cultural or sporting events and on other occasions.
The President of Serbia and the President (Speaker of the Serbian National Assembly) use their respective official standards.
Serbia’s Flotilla River also uses its marine composition.
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The Republic of Serbia
The Republic of Serbia is a country in southeastern Europe with Belgrade as its capital and until 2006 was called Serbia and Montenegro.
The people of this part of the world were Slavs. They settled in this corner of Europe and after a while ruled the Serbian tsars.
History of Serbia
In the Slavs in the 7th century, the ancestors of modern Serbs came to Serbia.
At first, they were divided into tribes, but in the 8th century, a man named Velastimir founded the first state of Serbia, Rasica.
Then in the ninth century, the Serbs converted to Christianity. Until the thirteenth century, however, Rasica was a messenger of the Byzantine Empire.
The thirteenth and fourteenth centuries were the golden age of Serbia. Its population increased and industries such as mining flourished. Serbia also expanded its territory.
However, in the late 14th century, there was a new threat to Serbia-Ottoman Turks.
They defeated the Serbs in the Battle of the Marika River in 1992 and then defeated them in the Battle of Kosovo in 2010. Then in 1459, the Turks captured the city of Smederevo and effectively ended Serbian independence.
Finally, in 1521, the Turks conquered Belgrade.
But in 1594 the Serbs revolted against the Turks, but the revolt was crushed. Then during the war between Austria, Poland, Venice and Turkey in 1683-90, the Serbs revolted again.
But when the Austrian forces withdrew from Serbia, the revolt broke out. Many Serbs went with the Austrian retreating army.
The revolt began again in 1804 in the first national uprising led by Dord Petrovich, known as Black George.
In 1807 the revolt succeeded with the help of Russia. However, in 1812 the Russians made peace with the Turks. As a result, the Serbian uprising collapsed.
The second revolt took place in 1815. It is the second national uprising.
This time the Turks agreed to allow Serbia independence. Finally, in 1878, Serbia gained independence. In 1882, Serbia became king.
After World War I, Serbia became part of a large Slavic nation. In 1929, King Alexander transformed the new government into a royal dictatorship and renamed it Yugoslavia (the land of the South Slavs).
However, tensions between Croats and Serbs existed from the beginning, and King Alexander assassinated in 1934.
Communism was growing in Yugoslavia, meanwhile, and in 1939 Josip Barz became the leader of the Yugoslav Communist Party.
On April 6, 1941, the Germans bombed Belgrade and invaded Yugoslavia. They soon toppled the country, which was engraved by Germany and its allies.
Hungary took over northern Serbia, but Germany took the lead. The Communists then waged a guerrilla war and liberated Belgrade in October 1944 with the Russians.
Then in 1945, the Communists won 90% of the vote in the election and introduced the communist regime.
In 1948, Tito lost to Stalin and Yugoslavia later became independent. However, when Tito died in 1980, the system began to collapse. Finally, in 1991-92, the Yugoslav government disintegrated.
The parts seceded from Serbia and become independent until only Serbia and Montenegro remain. However, Montenegro became independent in 2006. Then in 2008 Kosovo disintegrated and gained independence.
Serbia suffered in the 2009 recession. However, Serbia recovered very quickly.
Today, the Serbian economy is growing and Serbia hopes to join the European Union. Today, Serbia has a population of 7.1 million.
Serbia is a landlocked country in southeastern Europe, located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and south of the Balkan Peninsula.
This country has no connection with any sea or ocean. The Danube flows in a third of the country.
More than a quarter of the country’s area, which includes the northern region, vast forests and the south also has many mountains and hills covers it.