Denmark Flags

The Flag of Denmark is called as the Dannebrog. It is one of the oldest national flags in the world. The flag was adopted in 1625.
The National Flag of Denmark has a solid red field with a white Scandinavian cross that extends to the edges of the flag. The vertical part of the cross is pointed to the hoist side. The white cross symbolizes the Christian religion. The Denmark flag has a height-to-width proportion ratio of 28:37.
According to a Danish legend, the flag for Denmark (Dannebrog) fell from the sky in Tallinn on June 15, 1219. The flag was caught up by the Danish King Valdemar II before it touched the earth. This heavenly talisman enthused the royal army to victory. In the 14th century, the Dannebrog represent the King and King Valdemar III had united it in his coat of arms. Until 1854, the Dannebrog was solely used by the Danish King and the Royal Navy. Subsequently, the use was allowed for all people.

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