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 national flag of France is a tricolour featuring three vertical...
The flag of Australia is a defaced Blue Ensign: a blue field with the...
The flag most commonly identified as the Jolly Roger flag today is the...
The origin of the current flag of Spain is the naval ensign of 1783,...
The flag of Egypt (Egyptian Arabic: علم مصر, IPA: [ˈʕælæm ˈmɑsˤɾ]) is a tricolour consisting of the three equal horizontal red, white, and black bands of the Arab Liberation flag dating back to the Egyptian Revolution of 1952.
The rainbow flag, sometimes pride flag, LGBT pride flag or gay pride flag, is a symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) pride and LGBT social movements in use since the 1970s.
The flag of Ghana was designed by Mrs. Theodosia Okoh to replace the flag of the United Kingdom upon attainment of independence in 1957.
The flag of Greece (popularly referred to as the galanolefki or the kianolefki, the "blue-white"), officially recognized by Greece as one of its national symbols, is based on nine equal horizontal stripes of blue alternating with white.
The current flag of Malawi was adopted on 29 July 2010, after the Democratic Progressive Party-led government had proposed a new Malawi flag.
The flag of Tanzania was adopted on 30 June 1964.
The flag of the Orange Free State (1854–1902) was designed in 1856 and adopted officially on 23 February 1857 on the third anniversary of the republic.
The Flag of Europe consists of a circle of 12 golden (yellow) stars on an azure background. It is the flag and emblem of the Council of Europe (CoE) and the European Union (EU).
The flag of Austria has three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and red. The Austrian flag is the second-oldest flag in use (which has been in use since 1230) after the Danish flag (which has been in use since 1219).
The national flag of Botswana was adopted on September 30, 1966.
The national flag of Cameroon was adopted in its present form on 20 May 1975 after Cameroon became a unitary state. It is a vertical tricolor of green, red and yellow, defaced with a five-pointed star in its center.
The National flag of India is a horizontal rectangular tricolour of deep saffron, white and India green; with the Ashok Chakra, a 24-spoke wheel, in navy blue at its centre.
The national flag of Ireland (Irish: bratach na hÉireann) is a vertical tricolour of green (at the hoist), white, and orange.
The flag of New Zealand is a defaced Blue Ensign with the Union Flag in the canton, and four red stars with white borders to the right. The stars represent the constellation of Crux, the Southern Cross.
The Flag of Nigeria was designed in 1959 and first officially hoisted on October 1, 1960.
The flag of the Kingdom of Thailand shows five horizontal stripes in the colours red, white, blue, white and red, with the middle blue stripe being twice as wide as each of the other four.
The Union Jack, also known as the Union Flag, is the flag of the United Kingdom pre 1801.
The national flag of Chile, consists of two unequal horizontal bands of white and red and a blue square the same height as the white band in the canton, which bears a white five-pointed star in the center. It was adopted on October 18, 1817.
The flag of Colombia was adopted on November 26, 1861. It is a horizontal tricolour of yellow, blue and red.
The flag of Saudi Arabia (Arabic: علم المملكة العربية السعودية) is the flag used by the government of Saudi Arabia since March 15, 1973.
The flag of Vatican City was adopted on June 7, 1929...
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 flag of the Central African Republic was adopted on December 1, 1958. It was designed by Barthélemy Boganda, the first president of the autonomous territory of Oubangui-Chari, who believed that "France and Africa must march together."
The Flag of Denmark (Danish: Dannebrog Danish pronunciation: [ˈdanəˌbʁoˀ]) is red with a white Scandinavian cross that extends to the edges of the flag.
The current flag of Ethiopia was adopted on 31 October 1996.
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 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 current national flag of Lesotho, adopted on October 4, 2006, features a horizontal blue, white, and green tricolour with a black mokorotlo (a Basotho hat) in the center.
The national flag of Mauritius, also known as the Four Stripes and Les Quatre Bandes (French for "the four stripes"), was adopted upon independence, March 12, 1968.
The national flag of Nepal (Nepali: नेपालको झण्डा) is the world's only national flag that is non-quadrilateral in shape.