1. Vojvodina (proposed), 1996
In the 1990s, the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina proposed the creation of an autonomous Republic of Vojvodina within a federal Serbian state. The flag of this republic would have been a simple blue-yellow-green vertical tricolour.
The meaning of the colours was never officially explained. Some people thought they represented the sky, corn, and wheat; some thought they repesented the sky, the sun, and the land; and others thought that blue and yellow stood for Europe while green stood for nature. It’s also been suggested the colours came from the coat of arms of Bačka, a large region in the northwest of the province where the capital Novi Sad is located.

    Vojvodina (proposed), 1996

    In the 1990s, the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina proposed the creation of an autonomous Republic of Vojvodina within a federal Serbian state. The flag of this republic would have been a simple blue-yellow-green vertical tricolour.

    The meaning of the colours was never officially explained. Some people thought they represented the sky, corn, and wheat; some thought they repesented the sky, the sun, and the land; and others thought that blue and yellow stood for Europe while green stood for nature. It’s also been suggested the colours came from the coat of arms of Bačka, a large region in the northwest of the province where the capital Novi Sad is located.

     
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