Present-day Japan’s national flag, a horizontal bicolor of red and white, was adopted in August 1999.
The current design of Turkey’s national flag, which has red and white stripes, dates back to 1936.
Since 1950, Indonesia has flown its national flag, a horizontal red and white stripe.
Since July 6, 1971, Qatar has flown the red and white flag that has become its national emblem. Maybe July 4th was already taken.
This version of Georgia’s red and white flag has been in use since January 2004.
In 1918, Latvia chose its current flag of red and white.
It was not until the early 1990s that England began flying its present red and white flag.
Lebanon is another country whose flag is mostly red and white despite including a green emblem in the middle.
The red and white flag that Monaco has been flying since 1881 is one of the oldest national flags in the world.
Since December 1959, Singapore has flown its national flag, a horizontal bicolor of red and white.
Canada’s current red-and-white national flag was established in 1965.
One of the oldest flags currently in use, the Danish red and white flag dates back to 1219, making it one of the oldest flags in the world.
Since February 14, 2002, Bahrain has flown the national flag, which has red and white horizontal stripes. That is just so cute!
Switzerland’s national colours of red and white have been flying high since 1889.
Since November 1875, when it gained independence, Tonga has flown its current flag—a horizontal bicolor of red and white—from its flagpole.
In 1827, Tunisia officially adopted the red and white tricolour that serves as its national flag to this day.
Austria now counts itself among the many nations flying the red, white, and blue flag. Since 1230, the flag of Austria has been raised.
Poland’s red and white flag has flown over the country as its national symbol since 1919.
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The present Greenlandic flag, a red and white horizontal bicolor, was adopted in May 1989 and has served as the country’s national emblem and banner ever since.
On February 25, 1825, the red and white flag of Peru was officially adopted.