Croatia Flags

The flag of Croatia is one of the states national symbols. It was adopted on December 21, 1990, following the downfall of the Soviet Union. The flag has three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and blue - the Pan-Slav colors. They superimposed by the Croatian coat of arms; the coat of arms has one main shield overcame by five smaller shields that form a crown over the main shield; the five small shields signify five historic regions; Croatia, Istria, Dalmatia, and Slavonia.
The red, blue and white are traditional Croatian and pan-Slavic colors. The colors be similar to those on the flag of Russia excepting that on the Russian flag, white appears at the top, shadowed by blue then red. Besides Croatia and Russia, rest of countries also use the three colors on their flags, including Czech Republic,, Serbia, Slovakia, Montenegro, and Slovenia. The tricolor flag has been designed Croatia since 1848.

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