Colors have symbolic meanings. And they don't always have to be the same in all geographies. In this article, we will examine the meanings of the flags that carry the colors black, red and yellow.
I would like to say from the beginning. Not every flag has any meaning either. We waited, hoped and searched for it to happen, but for some we could not find any results.
I don't think it's an archive error. Because even though there was no written document, the members of the nation under the flag would at least know.
Sometimes the flag creates the meaning, not the flag, so I see this lack of knowledge not as a real deficiency, but as the nature of the Human and I start writing.
Belgium's flag consists of three vertical bands of black, yellow and red, representing the country's national colours. These colors are taken from the coat of arms of the Duchy of Brabant and its vertical design can be based on the flag of France. When the flag is flying, the black band is closest to the pole (pole side). This flag has an unusual ratio of 13:15.
Angola's flag came into use when the country gained independence on November 11, 1975. The flag is horizontally divided into two, red at the top and black at the bottom, with a symbol in the middle. The symbol represents a semi-cogwheel crowned with a star and a machette. The color red represents Angola's colonial period, the struggle for independence, and the blood spilled in defense of the country, while the black color represents Africa.
Germany's flag consists of three equal horizontal bands of black, red and gold, representing the country's national colours. The flag was first seen in the German Confederation in 1848. It was officialized as the national flag of the German Reich (Weimar Republic era) from 1919 to 1933, and was reinstated in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949.
Uganda's flag was adopted when the country gained independence from the British Empire on October 9, 1962. The flag consists of six equal horizontal bands, from top to bottom, black, yellow, red, black, yellow and red, respectively. In its center is a gray crowned crane, the national symbol, facing the flag side.
Papua New Guinea
The flag of Papua New Guinea was adopted on 1 July 1971. The flag represents the Southern Cross in the upper left corner and a Bird of Paradise in the lower right corner. This design was chosen as a result of a nationwide design competition in 1971. The winning designer was Susan Karike, who was 15 at the time.
Red and black are the traditional colors of many tribes of Papua New Guinea. The Bird of Paradise is also found on the national coat of arms. The Southern Cross indicates that the country is in the southern hemisphere and can be seen in Papua New Guinea.
The coat of arms of Bern is used by the Swiss city of Bern and the canton of the same name. In the center of the coat of arms is an upward walking black bear with red tongue, claw and penis on a red background.
The bear has long served as Bern's eponymous, symbol, mascot, and at times personification. While the city crest represents a black bear standing upright on a white background, it began to be used in its present form in the 13th century. Today the city of Bern continues to display bears in Bärengraben, just outside the Altstadt.
The Canton of Uri is one of the 26 cantons of Switzerland and a founding member of the Swiss Confederation. Located in central Switzerland, the canton of St. It covers the Reuss valley between Gotthard Pass and Lake Lucerne.
The official language of Uri is German, but the most widely spoken dialect is Urner German, which is Alemannic Swiss German. The canton has a population of about 35,000, of which 8.7% are foreigners. The legendary William Tell is said to have descended from Uri.
Geneva is the second most populous city in Switzerland and the most populous city in the French-speaking Romandi region. Geneva is located in the southwest of the country, where the Rhône River emerges from Lake Geneva, and is the capital of the Republic and Canton of Geneva. The flag of Geneva is a white cross on a red background with a gold key and crown.
The key and crown represent Saint Peter, the protector of Geneva. Geneva is a global city, a financial center and a center of world-class diplomacy as it is the headquarters of many agencies of the United Nations. Geneva is the city that hosts the most international organizations in the world.
Raj of Sarawak
The flag of Sarawak represents Sarawak, a state of Malaysia. The flag is based on the White Rajah's flag of the Raj of Sarawak and includes the yellow of the Southeast Asian kingdom.
Also, Brunei's flag features a similar yellow and diagonal black, but Brunei has a brighter shade of yellow. The Sarawak flag was adopted on August 31, 1988 and has been in use ever since. The design of the flag shows a deep respect for the history and culture of Sarawak.
Norte de Santander
The Norte de Santander Department flag was adopted on November 27, 1978 as the official flag for the Department of Norte de Santander in Colombia. The flag consists of two horizontal stripes of equal length: the upper one is red and the lower one is black.
There are also four stars on the dividing line of the colors and inside each strip, forming a diamond shape. The red color symbolizes the heroism and blood of the patriots, while the black color represents the oil extracted in the region.
The flag and coat of arms of Negeri Sembilan are state symbols of the Malaysian state of Negeri Sembilan. Symbols are often depicted in red, black and yellow; these colors are the traditional colors of the Minangkabau people, the original settlers of the present-day province.
The symbols also recognize the political history of Negeri Sembilan, its monarch, and the province's relationship to the past British Empire.
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