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Serbia Flag

The explanation for the symbols of the Serbian Flag

The flag of Serbia was adopted on 11 November 2010. It is composed of three horizontal stripes: red - blue - white, with arms of the country slightly on the left. These colors are the panslaves colors used by many countries in Eastern Europe, such as Croatian or Russian. These colors, which emphasize the common origin of the people wearing it, symbolize the people (red), the nobility (white) and the bourgeoisie (blue). The shield represents the arms, which are symbolized by a crowned double-headed eagle carrying a shield. Open wings are a sign of the people’s freedom , as is the case in Albania for example. The eagle is from the Nemanjic dynasty, and lets see a central crest with Serbian Cross, gerat symbol for Serbian people.

National Serbian Flag

You can download it in different sizes, in a decidedly modern design for your personal use, or for wider use. Serbia's flag is available in 4 different sizes.

Large Serbian flag

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Flag of Serbia