The flag of the English County of Derbyshire consists of a green cross, with a thin white fibration and a yellow Tudor rose in the center, on a light blue background. Light blue represents rivers and reservoirs and green represents countryside of the county. The use of the cross indicated the location in the larger country of England. The tudor rose is a symbol of the region since the 15t century. This flag was adopted on September 16th, 2008.

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