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Updated by MONIM EL FATINE on Feb 09, 2021
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10 Unique Nation Flags in the world

1.Albania
2.Antigua and Barbuda
3.Belize
4.Bhutan
5.Brazil
6.Cambodia
7.Croatia
8.Grenada
9.Haiti
10.India

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Bhutan flag

Bhutan flag

Bhutan’s flag features the Thunder Dragon, their national emblem, in white to represent purity and loyalty. The orange portion of the background represents the Drukpa monasteries, while the yellow represents the authority of the royal family.

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Mongolia flag

Mongolia flag

Originially representing communism and Mongol nationialism, the red and blue background still remains on the flag even though the communist regime was overthrown in 1992. The symbol on the left is a special character in the Soyombo alphabet. It features a column of abstract and geometric symbols, including the earth, fire, water, a sun, a moon, and a yin-yang. Can you find them all?

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Albania flag

Albania flag

The Albanian flag is easy to spot thanks to its bold red background. The silhouette of the double-headed eagle comes from the symbol of the Byzantine Empire, which Albania once belonged to.

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Antigua and Barbuda flag

Antigua and Barbuda flag

The gold, blue, and white on the Antigua and Barbuda flag portray the country’s natural tourist attractions: sun, sea, and sand. The sun depicts the dawn of a new era with a black background that represents the country’s African ancestry. The red background, shaped like a V for victory, symbolizes the energy and power of the people.

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Kazakhstan flag

Kazakhstan flag

Featuring a blue background for peace and tranquility, the Kazakhstani flag represents the progress and movement of the nation’s nomadic history. The central sun, a tool the nomads used to measure time, consists of 32 rays that symbolize the abundance and prosperity of the country. The steppe eagle soaring beneath the sun is a symbol of freedom and independence. On the left is the national ornament, which is closely tied to the culture and traditions of the Kazakh people.

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Belize flag

Belize flag

The Belize flag symbolizes the importance of the mahogany industry to the nation’s economy. Featuring their national motto Sub Umbra Floreo (“Under the Shade I Flourish”), the coat of arms shows two woodcutters – one holding an axe and the other holding a paddle. Above the two men is a large mahogany tree.

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Brazil flag

Brazil flag

One of the most recognizable on our list, the Brazilian flag is known for its vivid combination of blue, green, and yellow. Originally representing the ruling Portuguese families of Brazil, the green background came to symbolize the country’s lush forests after a coup d’etat. The imperial arms were also replaced by a blue globe, which, like the U.S. flag, features white stars to represent the states of Brazil. A white band underneath reveals the country’s motto, Ordem e Progresso (“Order and Progress”).

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Cambodia flag

Cambodia flag

Originally adopted when Cambodia gained independence from France in 1948, this flag was replaced under the Khmer Republic in 1970. Cambodia also had two other flags before re-adopting this one in 1993, when the monarchy was restored. The flag features Angkor Wat (“Capital Temple”), the largest religious monument in the world and the country’s most famous attraction.

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Croatia flag

Croatia flag

The Croatian flag features a red and white checkerboard coat of arms, made of one main shield and five smaller shields that form a crown top. From left to right, the smaller shields represent five of Croatia’s regions: Croatia, Dubrovnik (a.k.a. Ragusa), Dalmatia, Istria, and Slavonia.