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Some flags are mirror images of each other their colors and shape may have specific meaning of individual country such as Italy and Hungary.These similarities in flags are often indicative of a shared history or heritage.Flags are extremely important because they are a way to represent a group of people under a common theme, ideology, or belief system.

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    1. World Flags

    2. About Us World flags have an incredible amount of importance and symbolism to people all over the globe. Some flags are mirror images of each other their colors and shape may have specific meaning of individual country such as Italy and Hungary. Many world flags share unique characteristics, specifically with regard to shape and color. With the exception of Nepal, all flags are rectangular, although the exact sizes may differ. Many flags also share colors, with red being the most popular, followed by white, green, blue, and yellow, respectively.

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    4. World Flags The current Afghanistan flag was adopted by the Islamic. The colors black, red, and green appeared on most Afghanistan flags. Black signifies the past, red is for the blood shed for independence, and green can represent either hope for the future, agricultural prosperity, or Islam. Afghanistan flags Australia’s flag was designed to represent its people, its historical ties to Britain, and its unique place in the world. The Australian flag is known as the Blue Ensign. It has a deep blue field in which are placed the Union Jack and six white stars. Australia Flag

    5. Conti… The Maple Leaf, Canada’s National Flag, also called l’Unifolié, which means “the one-leafed” in French, is a red flag featuring a white center square, in the middle of which is an 11-pointed, stylized, red maple leaf. It is used as the country’s national flag, as specified by Canadian law.. Canada Flag Burundi is a country located in the eastern part of Africa. It is a landlocked country, though one side of it borders on the Tanganyika Lake. Burundi’s flag shows a white cross that goes diagonally from corner to corner. Burundi Flag

    6. Conti… Columbia was adopted in November of 1861. This makes it one of the oldest flags in the world. The flag is horizontal and has three colors, red, blue and yellow. The Colombia flag is often used for commercial purposes at soccer games. Colombia Flag The flag of Andorra is a rectangular flag. It is a vertical tricolor, with deep blue near the hoist, yellow at the center and red near the fly. The yellow band is just a bit wider than the other two and contains Andorra’s coat of arms. Andorra Flag

    7. Conti… Antigua & Barbuda Flag Azerbaijan Flag Barbados Flag

    8. Conti… Belarus Flag Bangladesh Flag Bahamas Flag Belgium Flag

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