Parent Category: National Emblems
The histories, meanings, and descriptions of the flags of the Countries of the World and the etiquette of using them.
Soccer (better known as football) is extremely popular in mostcountries of the world.
There are usually keys nearby, but black means that you can swim,but there are dangerous animals in the area and you should staycautious. Orange means that there are sudden drop offs or a suddenpopulation in bait fish that could attract predators.
Yes, Its legal to fly it in any state. It's your 1st Amendment right.
Lilke many martial customs this is of lost origin but MIGHT have something to do with the Three-corner or Tricorn hat certainly used by the Army in the time of Washington and other colonials. The trumpet has three valves- all are used in TAPS, also funeral oriented. The Tricorn hat idea makes sense.
UAE have 4 colour on their flag:Red on the left of the flag Green on the top White in the middle And Black on the bottom. :)
The Religion and Freedom in which people may follow
No. It was a story made up by her grandson nor did she have anything to do with the selection of the colors or design. Francis Hopkinson is the man who was recognized by Congress for the design of the flag. However, Betsy Ross DID make flags in an upholstery business that she and her husband...
The red and white on the Danish flag means: White: Peace and Honesty Red: hardiness, bravery, strength, and valour. (this is true teachers!)
In the late 18th century green had become associated as the colourof revolution. The United Irishmen, founded in the 1790s, wereinspired by the French revolution, and used a green flag, to whichthey had a harp emblazoned. A rival organisation, the Orange Order,whose main strength was in Ulster, and...
it stands for danger
The red dot on the flay represents the sun-god of japan!
As far as I am aware it was never released by Milton Bradley. The original Game of Flags was released in 1896 and has beenpublished over the years since then by: The Cincinnati GameCompany, Fireside Game Company, and The United States Playing Cardcompany.
The crimson/red color is a traditional Nepalese color and the blue outlined edge represents the country's peaceful nature. The two triangular portions of the Nepalese flag represent the Himalayan Mountains and the two main religions of the nation - which are Buddhism and Hinduism. The moon and sun...
The official flag of Canada (the Maple Leaf flag) was adopted in 1965, replacing the previously-used design of the Canadian Red Ensign.. In 1921, King George V proclaimed the official colors of Canada as red, from Saint George's Cross, and white, from the French royal emblem since King Charles VII.
It was first presented by Slovene patriots/nationalists in Austro-Hungarian empire in 1848, as the tricolor of white, blue and red. The colors are reportedly taken from the crest of the land of Craina, that was the most "Slovene" of all Austrian lands. Nowdays Slovenia also covers parts of othe...
United states of America
Yes, there is one line of symmetry on the Canadian flag. The line of symmetry is in the middle of the flag. Divide the flag at the middle vertically.
It was modeled after the 'California Grizzly Bear' in captivity.The bear was named Monarch and was captured by a newsreporter.
There have been several designs of the Mexican flag throughout theyears, and as many people involved in its design, since Mexicobecame independent in 1821. The very first design, adopted onFebruary 24, 1821 was designed by Jose Magdaleno Ocampo (1775 -18??) a tailor of the Army of the Three...
I think it's meant to represent the earth, the ground. It's an orangey-red color that the Aborigines also use in their art.
The Green stripe the nationalist tradition, the Orange represents unionists and the white stripe symbolizes the peace between them. The orange colour is associated with the Protestants in Ulster and those that derived from William III who defeated the Irish Catholics at the Battle of the Boyne in...
King George V declared the official color of Canada as red, from St. George's cross.
Answer . I would take a guess that its the area where you produce wine, i.e. California, this link may help you http://www.wineinstitute.org/industry/ava/what/index.htm
it stands for all the 50 states in America
There are many steps one might take, but I will go over just a few. 1) Cancel any credit card used in the fraud at once, contact the provider and let them know you suspect fraud and they can lock the card, provide a knew one and track any attempts to use the stolen information. Credit card...
If you are talking about Six Flags Over Texas, then it is specialbecause it was the first Six Flags amusment park.
Jacks are additional national flags flown by warships (and certain other vessels) at the head of the ship. These are usually flown while not underway and when the ship is dressed on special occasions. Jacks in the Royal Navy must be run up when the first line is ashore when coming alongside. ...
Accordingly to the heraldry: Polish Flag's colors shall imitate the National Emblem(White Eagle in Red field) of Poland. But, answering your question (again, accordingly to the heraldry): . Upper White bar represents Silver and Water , however spiritually - it represents purity and ...
It is the colour of the union jack and it just happened to be red.
The person who waves the flags at a Nascar race is called the Nascar flagman.
Officially Lutheran, but most of them don't go to church. In fact, most Europeans in general aren't religious/spiritual anymore.
The national flag of Japan, commonly called the Hinomaru, consists of a white sheet with a red disk in the center.
50 because of the fifty states
"Owner" or controlling Government? The official owners were the Companies who paid from the explorations, but, after Columbus founded the Americas, England gained control as the Sovereign Government, and granted "Charters" to shipping companies to Colonize and develop the lands...
Officially 1776! Even though it has went through many changes!
The circle in the middle of the flag represents the sun. Japan's name translates to "The land of the rising sun." The white represents honesty and purity and the red disc is a sun symbol meaning brightness, sincerity and warmth. (World Flags)
One of the names for the French flag as referred to in France is the Tricolour pronounced tree-cooloor.
Italy's flag is a tricolour, with three equally sized vertical bands of green, white and red, with green nearest the flag pole and white in the middle.
Answer . They picked a rising sun for the flag because Japan is the easternmost country in the world, and the sun rises in the east.. The exact origin of the flag "Hinomaru" is unknown. However, historically, the sun has had a religious connotation in Japan, and the rising sun has had an important...
Yeah there are 50 states for 50 stars
US. Flag Code Section 7 (i). When the flag is displayed over the middle of the street, it should be suspended vertically with the union to the north in an east and west street or to the east in a north and south street. (o). When the flag is suspended across a corridor or a lobby in a building...
the flag represent our freedom
the things that are related to our aboriginals and animals
Fly it properly - right side up. Fold it in proper triangle shape. Dispose of weathered and tattered flags properly by turning them over to a local VFW.. http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/flagetiq.html. http://www.diplomaframe.com/pages/344_proper_flag_care.cfm
No, the English flag does however make up part of the British flag along with the Scottish flag and St. Patrick's cross of Ireland.
if you are an American i would think red white and blue.
Try:. http://www.innvista.com/HEALTH/nutrition/vitamins/b1.htm. From Google search on "alinamin"
The 'Union Flag' or the UK is commonly (and incorrectly) called the Union Jack. A jack is a small flagpole on the front of a ships. This is where the Union Flag is flown on Royal Navy ships, hence a flag used for that specific purpose is called a Union jack flag. All other usage, other than naval,...
The Hopkinson Flag The design of the first Official "Stars and Stripes" is credited to Francis Hopkinson, a Congressman from New Jersey, and signer of the Declaration of Independence. His design had the thirteen stars arranged in a "staggered" pattern. Although there is no original example...
The tree means The llama represents all the animals in Peru The cornocopia means
The features on the Australian flag are: . The Union Jack . the Southern Cross (a constellation) . The Commonwealth star, also known as the Federal star, which represents all the states and territories of Australia
Seems fairly obvious - it is composed of stars in a field of blue with (now) thirteen red stripes, so stars and stripes is what it is.
There were originally thirteen stars on the flag of the UnitedStates. As each state was admitted to the Union a new star wasadded. The first star was added in 1795.
the colors of the American flag are red white and blue. the stars in the blue square represent the fifty states and the red and white stripes represent the war we won against the British.
50 stars, one for each state.
It was in a fortune cookie written by the charector Homer Simpson on the Simpsons tv show.
The red stripe stands for courage, equality and patriotism whilethe white stripe represents purity, peace and unity. The bluesymbolizes truth, benevolence and liberty whereas the court of armssignifies ParaguayÕs Independence Day (May 14, 1811). Finally, thepalm branch represents honor, the olive...
There are thirteen stars in the outer ring of stars on the Indiana flag, six of which are at the end of rays emanating from the flame of the central torch. The torch represents enlightenment and liberty, and the rays represent 'the far-reaching influence' of enlightenment and liberty. [Source:...
a light blue, white centre and yellow crest
because its not respectful to the flag Actually, (assuming we're talking U.S. flag) you don't have to burn the flag if it touches the ground. That is an urban legend. Try a google search for "U.S. flag etiquette" and one of the links is the offical U.S. government site with information. The only...
The small flagpole at the prow (front) of a ship is called the jack. Flags flown from this are called jack flags and are be necessity quite small. Royal Navy battleships traditionally fly the Union Flag from the jack (and the Royal Ensign from the stern), which is where the incorrect name (Union...
Nothing. The colors of the US Flag don't have any official meaning. Many people and organizations have attempted to give specific meanings for the color selection, but none of that is officially recognized. According to the U.S. Government, the colors are just that: colors, with no additional...
white-hope,purity,and innocence?red-hardiness and valor?blue-reverence to god,loyalty,vigilance,perseverance,and valor?:
The question is quite unclear, however I hope this answers the question: The various State parliaments of Australia have either one or two Houses of Parliament. When there are two, they are the Upper and Lower Houses. The Upper House is usually referred to as the Legislative Council, while the...
The Australian National Flag was chosen at a design competitionafter the Federation of Australia in 1901. The current design withthe seven-pointed Commonwealth Star on the Blue Ensign and theUnion Jack in the corner was chosen in 1908.
The current flag was made official in 1965.
green:charity white:snow red:blood
There is a small clue in the name of the Canadian colony; The province of BRITISH Columbia was named in 1848 by the BRITISH Queen Victoria, it seemed appropriate, when designing the flag, that the former BRITISH overseas colony with the name BRITISH in it should somehow incorporate elements of the...
There are 8 stars on the Alaska state flag.
No one knows who designed the first American Flag.
the red ''plus sign'' stands for england the blue backround stand for scotland and the ''red x'' stands for ireland. If you're not sure what i mean, look at the british flag and you'll see what i mean!:)
8 People carry it into the stadium unfolded.
Nothing, it's just a colour. Some people say its from Riksvapnet (the coat of arms), but it doesn't mean anything.
The Bear Flag Revolt took place in California, while Mexico still had control of it. While US and Mexico were feuding, John Fremont, a US army major, began encouraging the Americans living in Mexico's California to revolt. 33 people did, creating a flag for the "California Republic". The flag had a...
Black, red, green, white, yellow, blue
A flag with red borders on each side and white in the middle with a red maple leaf in the center.
Yes; the design dates from the 18th century and as such is in the public domain. Although not addressed by copyright, you will want to take care that the business cards don't fraudulently imply a connection with the state government.