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Most international flags have three colors: red, blue and white. Prominent examples are the United States, the United Kingdom and France. Until 2011 there was one flag with just one color: Libya.
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World's 10 Most Colorful Flags Here are ten of the most colorful flags from around the world. While it is fairly common for flags to have just three colors, like the red, white, and blue of the United States or the black, red, and gold of Germany, some flags are much more colorful than that. What makes a flag colorful tends to be a subjective decision, however.
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List Of All World Flags with Images and Meanings Updated List 2020. Flags of The World: The national flag or flag of a country is a patriotic symbol that represents its belief, vision, core strength and includes the military associations.The national flag of any country is generally flown by the government but often it can be flown by the citizens as well.
Most of the time under French occupation (1795-1813) Holland, called the Batavian Republic, had the same flag as during the Dutch Republic (end 16th c. -1795), and the Kingdom of the Netherlands (1813-1940 and 1945-now): horizontal red-white-blue. Even Louis Napoleon, King of Holland 1806-1810, maintained this flag, and Dutch history says he did a good job and tried his best.
Flags of the World Flags of all 195 countries in the world listed alphabetically. See also: Flags of other dependencies and territories (flags not included on this page).