From http://www.chipublib.org/004chicago/flagtxt.html The Municipal Flag of Chicago consists of 3 White stripes separated by two stripes of Blue with four Red six-pointed stars on the center stripe of White: The 3 White stripes: Top White Stripe represents the North side of the city. Center White Stripe represents the West side of the city. Bottom White Stripe represents the South side of the city. The 2 Blue stripes: Top Blue stripe represents Lake Michigan and the North Branch of the Chicago River. Bottom Blue stripe represents the South Branch of the Chicago River and the Great Canal. The 4 Red stars on the Center White Stripes represent something as well as each of the points on the stars themselves: The First Red Star represents Fort Dearborn (added in 1939). The Points of the First Red Star Signify: transportation labor commerce finance populousness salubrity The Second Red Star represents the Chicago Fire of October 8-10, 1871. The Points of the Second Red Star Signify: religion education esthetics justice beneficence civic pride The Third Red Star represents the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. The Points of the Third Red Star Signify History of the Area: France 1693 Great Britain 1763 Virginia 1778 Northwest Territory 1798 Indian Territory 1802 Illinois Statehood 1818 The Fourth Red Star represents the Century of Progress Exposition of 1933 (added in 1933). The Points of the Fourth Red Star Signify: World's Third Largest City City's Latin Motto I will Motto Great Central Market Wonder City Convention City
Same as it is today with one less star.
Libya has only green colour on her flag.
The Chicago rivers
our national flag consist of three colours respectively saffron,white and green
Wave the Flag of Old Chicago
one of them represents the Chicago fire and another is the worlds fair in Chicago
No he is not Jewish the stars on his trunks are the Chicago stars shown on the Chicago flag.
a moon and a star and it consist of two colors green and a strip of white
Red, white, and blue - 3 vertical stripes.
Wave the Flag
East Africa is not a country it is a bloc that consist of five african countries .Therefore,it does not have a flag but a common interest i.e. the east african community.
I found this website which describes the Municipal Flag of Chicago. It is not unusual for a city to have its own flag, usually you only see them at municipal buildings (city hall), but in Chicago the flag is much more prevelant. Follow this link for more info. inficad.com Just thought maybe you would like to known what everything on the Chicago flag represents. The 2 blue stripes are for the 2 bodies of water in the area, lake Michigan and the Chicago River. The 3 white stripes are for the three areas of the city where people live, the north, south, and west side. Then there are 4 stars. 1 star represents, fort Dearborn, another represents The Great Chicago Fire, and the last 2 represent both Both of the World Fairs Chicago hosted.
there are four stars and inside it is red
The raising of the white flag at Wrigley Field means that the Cubs have won. The flag has a blue W on it, meaning win. The flag is raised immediately after the game and is taken down a few hours later.
the color of the vatican city flag are White and Gold. the flag consist of two vertical bands one of gold (hoist side) and one of white with the crossed keys of Saint Peter and the papal Tiara centered in the white band.
One of the traditions of Wrigley Field is the flying of a flag bearing a "W" or an "L" atop the scoreboard after a game ... a white flag with a blue "W" indicates a victory; a blue flag with a white "L" denotes a loss.
The year 1983 was important to Chicago's political system. This is so, because there was a world fair held in Chicago in the year 1983. The fair helped Chicago earn one of the stars on it's flag.
On the Chicago Flag, each point represents a virtue or concept. Chicago used the six pointed star because it was not used in any US City flag and as usual they wanted to make the point that they were just a little bit different.
No Flag, but there is a logo/symbol associated with the school. See Links below.
it does because the one of the sides consistes of 4 sides that means that they're is one quadrilateral.
== == Rick Monday was playing center field for the Chicago Cubs that day when he noticed two protesters kneeling on the grass in left-center field, attempting to burn the American flag. He immediately ran towards them and took it away. See Related Links below to the Official site of the Chicago Cubs for a picture.