Red and Yellow Flag: +18 Country Flags

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The value of the flag is important for a country. We have explained this in our other articles, but this time we will examine the countries with red and yellow (gold) flags.

The value of the flag is important for a country. We have explained this in our other articles, but this time we will examine the countries with red and yellow (gold) flags.

By the way, the color combination I mentioned above is very often preferred by countries. The main reason for this is that the yellow represents the gold and the red represents the struggle for the won lands.

Although these are the main reasons in a general line, of course, each flag has a different story. Let's examine this story together.

Another common point of the flags in this color is that the countries that have adopted the communist regime or have adopted it in the past are in the majority.

Country Flags


FYR Macedonia






China flag

The flag of the People's Republic of China, also known as the Five-Star Red Flag, consists of five golden yellow stars on a red background. There is a large star and four small stars in the form of an arc towards it.

This flag has been the national flag of China since the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949. The red represents the Chinese Communist Revolution, while the five stars and their relationship with each other represent the unity of the Chinese people under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

The flag was hoisted for the first time by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on a pole overlooking Beijing's Tiananmen Square on October 1, 1949, at a ceremony proclaiming the founding of the People's Republic of China.

FYR Macedonia

FYR Macedonia flag

The flag of North Macedonia represents a stylized yellow sun on a red background and eight rays expanding from the center to the edge. The flag was designed by Miroslav Grčev and adopted on October 5, 1995.

The eight-rayed sun represents the "new sun of freedom" mentioned in the song "Denes nad Makedonija" ("Today over Macedonia"), the national anthem of North Macedonia. The design and use of the flag has been the subject of various debates and changes throughout history.

In particular, the symbol of the Sun of Vergina, used in previous designs of the flag, caused a conflict between Greece and North Macedonia. This dispute resulted in North Macedonia changing its flag to its current design.


Kyrgyzstan flag

The flag of Kyrgyzistan shows a yellow sun on a red background, representing the inside view of the roof of a yurt (traditional nomadic tent). This design represents the first thing seen when waking up in a dorm. The flag was adopted in 1992, seven months after the country's independence was declared. The red color is inspired by the flag raised by the country's folk hero Manas.


Vietnam flag

Vietnam's national flag represents a large yellow star on a red background. This flag was designed in 1940 and used during an uprising in southern Vietnam that same year against the French.

The red background symbolizes revolution and bloodshed, while the gold star represents the five main classes in Vietnamese society – intellectuals, farmers, workers, entrepreneurs and soldiers.

This flag was used by the Viet Minh, a communist-led organization founded in 1941 to form resistance against the Japanese occupation. II. At the end of World War II, Viet Minh leader Ho Chi Minh declared Vietnam independent and signed a decree on September 5, 1945 adopting the Viet Minh flag as the flag of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.


Montenegro flag

The flag of Montenegro includes the coat of arms of Montenegro on a red background surrounded by a gold border. The flag was officially adopted on 13 July 2004 and at that time Montenegro was part of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

The flag continued to be used after Montenegro's independence in 2006 and is mandated by Article 4 of the Montenegro Constitution adopted in 2007. The flag's design places the coat of arms of Montenegro in the center of the flag, while a gold border surrounds the flag.

This flag is available in two versions, horizontal and vertical, used both indoors and outdoors. The flag represents the history and culture of Montenegro and is a symbol of the country's independence.


Spain flag

The flag of Spain consists of three horizontal stripes, red, yellow and red. The yellow stripe is twice the size of each red stripe. The origin of this flag is in 1785 when King III. It is based on the naval flag used during the Charles era. The flag was often flown over seashore forts, sea barracks, and other naval property.

Old Flags

South Vietnam

South Vietnam flag

The flag of South Vietnam has a design consisting of three red horizontal stripes placed on a yellow background, used from 1948 to 1975. This flag is also known as the "Vietnamese Heritage and Freedom Flag".

The flag was designed by Lê Văn Đệ in 1948 and the three stripes represent the common blood of the northern, central and southern regions of Vietnam. South Vietnam ceased to exist in 1975, but the flag is still used among some Vietnamese immigrants with refugee origins, particularly in North America and Australia.


Wallonia flag

The flag of Wallonia is a sub-national flag representing the Walloon Region and the French Community in Belgium. The flag, designed in 1913, depicts a red rooster on a yellow background, commonly known as the brave rooster (French: coq hardi) or the Walloon rooster (Walloon: coq wallon). The colors red and yellow are historically associated with the city of Liège. The flag's association with Wallonia also makes it frequently used by the Walloon Movement.



USSR flag

The flag of the Soviet Union was used as the official state flag from 1922 to 1991. The flag consisted of a golden hammer and sickle placed on a red background, and a red star with a gold rim.

The red flag was a traditional symbol of revolution long before 1917, and its inclusion in the flag was a tribute to the international aspect of the workers' revolution. The hammer and sickle design took a modern industrial twist from the Russian Revolution.

The union of the hammer (workers) and sickle (peasants) represents the "victorious and durable revolutionary alliance".

Other City And State Flags


Warsaw flag

The flag of Warsaw is the symbol of this city, which is the capital of Poland. The flag is in the form of a horizontally bisected rectangle and consists of two strips of equal width, yellow at the top and red at the bottom. Although the flag does not have an officially set ratio, the ratios of 2:3 and 5:8 are usually used.


Andrychów flag

Andrychów is the largest town in Poland's Wadowice County. The flag of this town began to be used in an unofficial state from 1938 and was officially adopted in 1991.

The flag is a rectangle divided into two equal width horizontal stripes of yellow and red. The colors of the flag are taken from the town's coat of arms. The coat of arms depicts a mermaid with a golden (yellow) sword, shield and hair on a red field, with a golden (yellow) crown on the shield. This flag represents the history and culture of the town of Andrychów.


Bogotá flag

Bogotá's flag was adopted as the symbol of the city by resolution 555 issued by the Mayor's Office on October 9, 1952. The flag consists of a yellow horizontal stripe covering the upper half and a red horizontal stripe completing the lower half.


Anglesey flag

The flag of Anglesey is the flag of the County of Anglesey. Registered by the Flag Institute in March 2014. The design is a banner form of coats of arms attributed by post-Medieval oracles, who were previously a regent serving the locally recognized Lord of Wales, Hwfa ap Cynddelw of Llifon, and Prince of Wales, Owain Gwynedd. The earliest reference to arms is in the work of the poet Lewys Glyn Cothi, possibly dating to the period between 1447 and 1486, but there is no clear explanation for the choice of colors or figures used.


The Taichung flag is the flag of a special municipality located in central Taiwan, officially known as Taichung City. The flag is used as the symbol of the city of Taichung and was registered by the Welding Institute in 2014. The design consists of a red stripe placed on a golden yellow background. In the middle is the coat of arms of the city.


Aragua flag


Haut-Rhin flag


Azuay flag


Ilkhanate flag


Sicily flag


Jabal Shammar

Jabal Shammar


Liège flag


Loire flag

New Mexico

New Mexico flag




Scania flag

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