The Belgium flag (Dutch: Vlag van België, French: Drapeau Belge, German: Flagge Belgians) is a tricolor consisting of three equal vertical bands representing the Belgian national colors: black, yellow, and red.
The colors are from the national emblem of the Brabant shower and its vertical design may be based on the French flag.
When flying, the black runway is the nearest pole (on the lift side). It has an unusual ratio of 13:15.
The Belgian flag is unusual because it is almost square in shape. While no one knows the origin of this size, its aspect ratio is 13 heights and 15 widths, and it shows three vertical bars of equal size.
The Belgium flag modeled after the French tricolor, the vibrant colors of the black, yellow, and red flags for freedom and revolution.
The left or top of the Belgian flag has a black stripe, the middle bar is yellow and the right bar is red.
The national flag of Belgium is in public buildings during its seventeen official days or holidays.
It raised for five important local ceremonies or any visit by any president or leader of any country or foreign country to their country.
To use the parade, the Belgian flag also shows a yellow border on all three sides.
When Belgium was under French control, the three national colors of France flew over the nation.
However, when the rebels started the Belgian Revolution, the rebels replaced the flag with one of the red, black, and yellow stripes, which was very similar to the flag used during the 18th century Brabant Revolution.
With the revolution that began in August 1830 and the birth of a nation needed the Belgian flag. Due to the use of Brabanti colors in the early 1790 independence movement, the choice was easy.
The color of the Belgians should be black for humility, yellow for prosperity, and red for victory. They have immortalized in Article 193 of the Constitution: “The Belgian people choose their colors red, yellow and black …”, and that was it.
The ambiguity of the constitution, in this case, led to severe confusion with horizontal flags with red at the top and black flags at the top, and several vertical flags for safe measurements.
This became a problem when the Belgian insurgents started firing at their forces, as they confused their country’s flag with the Dutch flag, which has a red one on it, amid Canon smoke.
These events led to a sudden and rapid decision on the characteristics of the flag, and the current reincarnation was introduced with a black horizontal bar attached to the wood.
However, Article 193 was never amended, making Belgium the only country in the world that literally did not follow the constitutional order prescribed by the Constitution.
Originally, the flag had vertical stripes. However, this plan changed in 1831. Later that year, the color scheme was changed, and the flag still carried on this day was adopted on October 12, 1831.
The colors of the Belgian flag were emblems used by the Duke of Brabant. The vertical tricolor design, however, is derived from the French red, white, and blue tricolor flag design.
The Belgian flag uses three colors: red, black, and yellow. As mentioned before, these colors are taken from the national emblem of Brabant Shower. The red color represents the red milk of Hainaut, Limburg, and Luxembourg. Yellow indicates Brabant yellow lion. Finally, the black bar represents the Namur and Flanders black lion. It is also believed that the three-color design is inspired by the French national flag, albeit in different colors.
Belgium Flag Color Codes
RGB: (0, 0, 0)
CMYK: NAN, NAN, NAN, 1
|Name: Deep Carmine Pink|
RGB: (239, 51, 64)
CMYK: 0, 0.786, 0.732, 0.062
|Name: Banana Yellow|
RGB: (253, 218, 36)
CMYK: 0, 0.138, 0.857, 0.007
- The Belgian flag has a ratio of 13:15, which is unusual compared to the dimensions of other national flags.
- As is common in other nations of the world, the national flag of Belgium is superior to other flags, including the regional and European flags.
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The Kingdom of Belgium
Belgium or the Kingdom of Belgium is an independent country in Western Europe consisting of three Flemish (Dutch), French and German-speaking communities, and three regions of Flanders, Brussels, and Wallonia.
It is bordered to the south by France, to the north by the Netherlands, to the east by Germany, to the southeast by Luxembourg, and to the northwest by the North Sea.
Belgium is a small country with a very high population density, covering an area of about 30,689 square kilometers.
Due to its culture between Germany and Latin Europe, Belgium has three main language groups: Dutch (the dialect of the Flemish and some people of Brussels), which covers about 59% of the population, and French (some people). Brussels and Wallonia make up 41% of Belgium’s population.
In addition, a small group of Belgians are German-speaking and live in the east of the country (in the Walloon region).
More than two thousand years ago, the region now called Belgium had a large population and experienced many cultural and political tensions.
The first documented popular movement was the conquest of the region by the Roman Republic in the first century BC by Caesar, which continued until the fifth century by the Germans, the Franks.
The Franks established the Merovingian Kingdom, which was called the Carolingian Kingdom in the eighth century.
During the Middle Ages, the Forubum countries were divided into several small feudal states.
Many united during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by the Bergandi dynasty as the Bergandi Netherlands. These states gained more independence in the 15th century and later renamed the Seventeen States.
The seventeen states (orange, brown, and yellow areas) and the area under the command of Bishop Liège (green area). See the seventeen states for more details.
The history of Belgium can be separated from the history of Scandinavia from the sixteenth century. The Eighty Years’ War (1668–1568) divided the seventeen states into seven republics of the United States in the north and the southern Netherlands in the south.
Also, the southern states were successfully legislated by the Spanish, Austrian Habsburgs. By the time of independence, South Holland had been visited by many French occupiers and was the site of many French-Spanish-French-Austrian wars in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Following the French Revolutionary War: Battle of 1794 During the French Revolutionary War, areas of Scandinavia that had never been under Habsburg control, such as Bishop Arbab, were occupied by France, ending the Spanish and Austrian role in the region.
The Scandinavian reunification of the United Kingdom took place at the end of the first French Empire in 1815.
The Belgian Revolution of 1830 consolidated the independence of the Catholics and neutralized Belgium under a provisional government. Since the appointment of Leopold I as king in 1831, Belgium has had a monarchy, a constitution and a parliamentary democracy.
Between the period of independence and World War II, the democratic system emerged from the rule of a few wealthy people identified with two main parties.
Catholics and liberals to achieve a harmonious system that included the Third Party, the Labor Party, and the powerful role of the Trade Union. Originally French, the adapted language of the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie, was the official and official language.
The country has so far expanded with a Dutch-French bilingual system. The Berlin Conference in 1885 agreed to the Congolese colonial treaty with King Leopold II as his personal property and named it the Free State of the Congo.
In 1908, the Congo ceded to Belgium as a colony and renamed the Belgian Congo.
Belgium’s neutrality in 1914, when Germany invaded Belgium as part of the Schlieffen plan.
The former German colonies of Rwanda and Burundi – now called Rwanda and Burundi – were occupied by the Belgian Congo in 1916.
In 1924 these areas annexed by Belgium to the United Nations. Belgium was once again invaded by the Germans in 1940 in a brutal invasion. It occupied until the winter of 1944-45 when Allied forces liberated it.
Congo Belgium gained its independence during the Congo crisis in 1960 and Rwanda Orundi became independent in 1962.
Diverse ethnicities and cultures in Belgium
Belgium has always welcomed immigrants from all over the world, many of whom have made it their home for many years.
The population of the country is Flemish with about 6,500,000 Dutch speakers, French-speaking Walloons with about 4,500,000, and about 77,500 German speakers.
The largest group of Belgian immigrants and ancestors are Italians, who make up more than 45,000 people, or more than 4% of the total Belgian population.
Moroccans are the third largest and largest group of Muslims in the country, with a population of almost half a million.
The rest of the population is French-speaking Brussels, Turks, Dutch, French, Puerto Ricans, Greeks and many other nationalities.
Despite the growing immigrant population, the majority of French-speaking people live in the Walloon region and Brussels and the Dutch-speaking population in the Flanders region.
Language of Belgium
The official languages are Belgium, French, Dutch, and German. English is also widely is as a foreign language throughout Belgium. The main Dutch dialects used in Belgium are Brabandi, West Flanders, East Flanders, Antwerp, and Limburg.
All of these dialects are also within the borders of the Netherlands. Some sub-dialects may be quite different from the standard Dutch dialect and even incomprehensible to other Dutch speakers.
Belgium is a small country that plays a big role in Europe. The country has unique museums and historical sites. Beautiful nature and chocolate and French fries are only a small part of Belgium.
The people of Belgium speak French and Dutch. There are many differences between the coastal areas in summer as well as the highlands in winter in Belgium. In general, the climate of Belgium is mild.
There is no extreme heat or cold in summer and winter, but in general, the rainfall in Belgium is high.
The lowest temperatures in December and January in Belgium were 6 degrees. But the highest temperatures were in July and August, with an average of 23 degrees Celsius. Each of the cities of Belgium has its own rank in terms of educational space.
Belgium has three regions:
The first part of which is the northwestern coastal plains and the middle part of which is the central plateau.
The first part of Belgium belongs to the famous coastal plains and the lands of this part are dry. There are many sand dunes in Belgium, but in some of them, we see fertile valleys. The country has three airports, two of which are located in Brussels.