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Flag of Brandenburg

The flag of the German state of Brandenburg consists of two horizontal bands of red and white with the state’s coat of arms, a red eagle on a white shield, in the center. The use of a red eagle dates as far back as the 10th century, when the Saxon leader Gero used it....

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Flag of Kuala Lumpur

The flag of the Malaysian federal territory and city of Kuala Lumpur consists of 12 red and white thin horizontal stripes with one large blue horizontal stripe in the middle, with a gold crescent moon and 14-pointed star on the left side of the blue stripe. The flag...

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Flag of Tocantins

The flag of the Brazilian state of Tocantins consists of a white background with a blue triangle in the top left corner, a gold triangle in the bottom right corner, and a gold sun in the center. The gold sun has eight long rays and sixteen short rays, alternating...

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Flag of Gabon

The flag of Gabon consists of a horizontal triband of green, yellow, and blue. Green represents the natural resources of the region, including the forest. Blue represents the ocean, specifically the Atlantic Ocean, and yellow represents the sun. The yellow band, which...

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Flag of North Carolina

The flag of the US state of North Carolina consists of two horizontal stripes on the fly side, one red and one white, and a blue vertical stripe on a third of the hoist side. On the blue vertical stripes sits a white star centered between the gold letters of “N” and...

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Flag of Malaysia

The flag of Malaysia consists of 14 alternating red and white stripes with a blue canton containing a yellow crescent and 14-point star. The 14 stripes represent the states and the federal territories of Malaysia, while the 14 points on the star represents the unity...

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Flag of Bavaria

This flag of the German state of Bavaria consists of light blue and white diamonds. There can be any number of diamonds more than 21, with larger flags often having more. This design is historically associated with the royal Wittelsbach family, who ruled the region...

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Flag of Córdoba

The flag of the Argentinian province of Córdoba consists of a vertical triband of red, white, and light blue with a gold Jesuit Sun. The Jesuit Sun is a portrayal of a sun with 32 rays, alternating between wavy rays and straight rays. Red represents spilled blood,...

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Flag of Christmas Island

The flag of the Australian territory of Christmas Island consist of background colors of blue and green, split diagonally from the top left to the bottom right. In the lower blue region sits a white Southern Cross, and the top green region has a gold bosun bird. In...

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Flag of Oman

The flag of Oman consists of three horizontal bands of white, red, and green with a vertical red band on the left and the national emblem of Oman in the top left corner. White represents peace and the Imam, the religious leader of Oman. Green represents the Green...

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Flag of Yamaguchi

The flag of the Japanese Prefecture of Yamaguchi consists of a white stylized Kanji character on a brown background. The character is stylized to look like a bird flying towards a sun, which represents progress. This flag was adopted on September 3rd,...

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Flag of Sergipe

The flag of the Brazilian state of Sergipe consists of five white five-point stars on a blue canton and four alternating green and yellow bands. The colors used are the national colors of Brazil. This flag was originally adopted on December 19th, 1920. In 1951, the...

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