The flag of the Republic of South Africa (RSA) was adopted on 27 April...
The fifty stars on the flag of the United States represent the 50 states...
The flag of Germany is a tricolour consisting of three equal horizontal...
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland uses as its...
The flag of the Netherlands is a horizontal tricolour of red, white, and...
The flag of Italy (bandiera d'Italia, often referred to in Italian as il...
The flag of Australia is a defaced Blue Ensign: a blue field with the...
The national flag of France is a tricolour featuring three vertical...
The origin of the current flag of Spain is the naval ensign of 1783,...
The flag of Switzerland consists of a red flag with a white cross (a...
The flag of Swaziland was adopted on October 1, 1968.
The flag of Sweden is a Scandinavian cross that extends to the edges of the flag.
The flag of Turkey (Turkish: Türk bayrağı) is a red flag with a white crescent moon and a star in its centre.
The flag of Uganda was adopted on 9 October 1962, the date that Uganda became independent from the United Kingdom.
The flag of Vatican City was adopted on June 7, 1929...
The current flag of Venezuela was introduced in 2006.
The flag of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) changed many times as a result of political changes in the country.
The Flag of South Korea, or Taegukgi (sometimes also romanized as Taegeukgi) is the national flag for the Republic of Korea. It has three parts: a white background, a red and blue Taeguk, which is a red and blue Taiji yin- and yang-symbol in the center, and four black trigrams, which are selected from the original eight, on each corner of the flag.
The national flag of the Principality of Andorra was adopted in 1866. The flag is a vertical tricolour of blue, yellow, and red with the coat of arms of Andorra in the centre. Although the three vertical bars may at first appear to be of equal width, the centre yellow bar is slightly wider than the other two.
The national flag of Angola came into use at independence on November 11, 1975. It is split horizontally into an upper red half and a lower black half.
There are officially two flags of Bavaria: the striped type, and the lozenge type, both of which are white and blue. Both flags are historically associated with the royal Bavarian Wittelsbach family, which ruled Bavaria.
The national flag of Benin was adopted in 1959. It was changed upon the accession of the Marxist regime in 1975, but upon the latter's fall the old design was reintroduced on August 1, 1990.
The flag of Burkina Faso is formed by two equal horizontal bands of red (top) and green, with a yellow five-pointed star resting in the center.
The flag of the Cook Islands is based on the traditional design for former British colonies in the Pacific region.
The current flag of Fiji was adopted on 10 October 1970. The state arms have been slightly modified but the flag has remained the same as during the colonial period.
The flag of Finland (Finnish: Suomen lippu, Swedish: Finlands flagga), also called siniristilippu ("Blue Cross Flag"), dates from the beginning of the 20th century.
The flag of Guatemala features two colors: sky blue and white.
The flag of Guyana, known as The Golden Arrowhead, has been the national flag of Guyana since May 1966 when the country became independent from the United Kingdom.
The flag of Côte d'Ivoire (French: Drapeau de la Côte d'Ivoire), sometimes known as the flag of Ivory Coast features three equal vertical bands of orange (hoist side), white, and green.
The Flag of Libya was originally introduced in 1951, following the creation of the Kingdom of Libya.
The flag of Lithuania consists of a horizontal tricolor of yellow, green and red. It was adopted on March 20, 1989, almost two years before the reestablishment of Lithuania's independence following the end of the Soviet Union.
The flag of Madagascar was adopted on 14 October 1958, two years before the independence of that nation, as Madagascar prepared for a referendum on its status in the French Community.
The national flag of Pakistan (Urdu: پاکستان کا قومی پرچم) was adopted in its present form during a meeting of the Constituent Assembly on August 11, 1947, just three days before the country's independence, when it became the official flag of the Dominion of Pakistan.
The Palestinian flag (Arabic: علم فلسطين) is based on the Flag of the Arab Revolt, and is used to represent the Palestinian people (since 1964), and the Palestinian Authority.
The flag of Papua New Guinea was adopted on July 1, 1971. In the hoist, it depicts the Southern Cross; in the fly, a raggiana bird of paradise is silhouetted.
The flag of Puerto Rico represent and symbolize the island and people of Puerto Rico.
The flag of Samoa was adopted on February 24, 1949.
The flag of the Seychelles was adopted on June 18, 1996.
The national flag of the Solomon Islands was adopted officially on November 18, 1977.
The flag of Sri Lanka, also called the Lion Flag, consists of a gold lion, holding a kastane sword in its right fore paw, in front of a crimson background with four golden bo leaves, one in each corner.