January 30, 2020 2 min read
Welcome to the second edition of Fun with Flags where we delve into the exciting and mysterious world of Vexillology! Here, we talk about more than just the patriotic element of flags and poke into the design elements and aspects of this broad field.
Flags come with a range of different patterns and designs. Some have a combination of symbols such as stars, stripes and other historically and culturally relevant images.
Some even showcase symbols like the national coat of arms of shields such as the Spanish flag.
Stars are a very commonly used icon in flags because they represent religious association, excellence and hint at the celestial nature of their existence as well.
Another common symbol is a crescent found mostly for countries which were historically Islamic or currently practice the Old Testament. These include Israel, Pakistan, Palestine, Turkey, and Algeria.
Colors play a huge role and are a crucial element for vexillographers to help them study what they represent in the flag.
They symbolize various values and sometimes even hold religious significance to a nation’s history and cultural relevance.
The colors of a flag incite emotional value and significance.
Here are some of the most commonly used colors and what they mean:
Here are some of the most common color combinations that appear in flags and what they signify.
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