The Flag of Slovakia was adopted on September 3, 1992. The flag has designed by Ladislav Vrtel and Ladislav Cisárik.
The Slovakia Flag is a tricolor and contains three equal horizontal bands of the traditional Pan-Slavic colors: white (top), blue, and red. The Coat of Arms of Slovakia positioned towards the hoist-side where it begins from the brink of the white band to last through the blue band and spread into the upper portion of the red band. The Pan-Slavic flag present Slavic unity and independence. The Slovakia flag has a width-to-length ratio of 2:3.
At times, modern-day Slovakia was under the control of the Hungry Kingdom. During that times, rest of flags similar in outlook to the current day flag were used in Slovakia. The first flag design used in 1848 during a rebellion in the Habsburg region. Alike the First World War, Czechoslovakia established by the Czechs and the Slovaks. During WWII, familiar flags were used in Czechoslovakia and the Slovak Republic. These flags cast-off the same colors as the present day flag of Slovakia but displayed a different coat of arms or were plain tricolors. This flag for Slovakia design modified and a new coat of arms was added, it was putative on March 1, 1990, as the flag of Slovak Republic within Czechoslovakia. The current version was adopted on September 3, 1992.