The World Flag Chart

◀︎ Flags of 1969 ▶︎

Sub-Saharan Africa


green-yellow-red, lion
Ethiopia
royal flag 11 Often (but not always) flown by the royal house and the government.
green-yellow-red
Ethiopia
national flag 22 Flown by anyone.
red-yellow-green, black star
Ghana
red-yellow-green, black
Rwanda
red-yellow-green
Guinea
green-yellow-red
Mali
green-yellow-red, green star
Senegal
green-red-yellow, two yellow stars
Cameroon
blue-yellow-red
Chad
green-white-green
Nigeria
orange-white-green
Ivory Coast
orange-white-green, orange disc
Niger
black-white-red
Upper Volta
blue-white-green
Sierra Leone
green-yellow-blue
Gabon
diagonal green-yellow-red, thin middle stripe
Republic of the Congo
yellow-red, thick green stripe
Dahomey
yellow-green, thick red stripe, black star
Guinea and Cape Verde
PAIGC flag 33 Flag of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde, which aimed for separation from Portugal. Eventually became the flag of Guinea-Bissau. Portuguese colonies did not have official flags.
red-green, thick white stripe
Malagasy Republic
black-red-green, red sunrise
Malawi
black-red-green, white outlines, shield and spears emblem
Kenya
black-green-yellow
African National Congress
green-black-yellow, white outlines, red triangle
Mozambique
FRELIMO flag 44 Flag of the Liberation Front of Mozambique, which aimed for independence from Portugal. Direct predecessor of the modern flag of Mozambique. Portuguese colonies did not have official flags.
diagonal green-black-blue, yellow outlines
Tanzania
diagonal white-red-yellow, white star
Angola
FNLA flag 55 Flag of the National Liberation Front of Angola, which aimed for independence from Portugal, and its government-in-exile in Kinshasa. Portuguese colonies did not have official flags.
red-black, yellow star
Angola
MPLA flag 66 Flag of People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola, a competing independence movement. Direct predecessor of the modern Angolan flag.
red-green-red, black rooster and red sunrise
Angola
UNITA flag 77 Flag of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola, yet another independence movement.
green, orange eagle, three short red-black-orange stripes
Zambia
four concentric green-yellow-red-black boxes
Zimbabwe
ZANU flag 88 Flag of the Zimbabwe African National Union, which sought majority rule in the breakaway British colony of Rhodesia. The territory's illegal white supremacist government flew a green and white flag with the Rhodesian coat of arms.
red-green-yellow-black, Great Zimbabwe emblem, black-yellow-red-green stars
Zimbabwe
ZAPU flag 99 Flag of the Zimbabwe African People's Union, a competing liberation movement.
6 red-yellow-black stripes, white circle, crane
Uganda
5 green-yellow stripes, red canton, white star
Togo
11 red-white stripes, blue canton, white star
Liberia
green-red triangles, white saltire, white circle, 3 red 6-pointed stars outlined in green
Burundi
green-white-red, blue triangle, coat of arms
Equatorial Guinea
red-blue-green with thin white outlines
The Gambia
blue, thin black stripe, white outlines
Botswana
blue-red-blue, yellow outlines, shield and spear
Swaziland
blue-red-green
Namibia
SWAPO flag 1010 Flag of the South West Africa People's Organisation, which sought independence from South Africa. Direct predecessor of the flag of Namibia. The territorial government did not have an official flag.
blue, green-red stripes, white hat
Lesotho
blue-white-green-yellow, thin red stripe, yellow star
Central African Republic
orange-white-blue, a cross made up of the Union Jack, Orange Free State, and Transvaal flags
South Africa
blue, yellow star, diagonal red stripe outlined in yellow
Democratic Republic of the Congo
blue, white star
Somalia
blue, green olive branch emblem
Eritrea
ELF flag 1111 Flag of the Eritrean Liberation Front, which sought independence from Ethiopia. Derived from the previous national flag. The provincial government did not have an official flag.

Middle East and North Africa


red, white crescent and star
Turkey
red, white disc, red crescent and star
Tunisia
red, green pentagram
Morocco
green-white, red star and crescent
Algeria
green, yellow crescent and star
Mauritania
black-white-green, red triangle
Palestine
black-white-green, red triangle, white 7-pointed star
Jordan
green-white-red, black trapezoid
Kuwait
red-white-black
Libya
red-white-green, two green stars
United Arab Republic (Egypt)
red-white-black, three green stars
Iraq
green-white-black, three red stars
Syria
red-white-black, green star
North Yemen
red, white sword, five white stars
North Yemen
Royalist flag 1212 Flown in territory controlled by the Royalists during the North Yemen Civil War.
red-white-black, blue triangle, red star
South Yemen
white, two thin blue stripes, blue star of David
Israel
white, orange map of cyprus, green wreath
Cyprus
red-white-red, green cedar tree
Lebanon
green-white-red, yellow lion and sun
Iran
state flag 1313 Flown by the government, and often by private citizens. In certain ceremonial settings, the ratio was 1:3.
green-white-red
Iran
national flag 1414 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
green, white shahadah, white sword
Saudi Arabia
plain red
Muscat and Oman
plain red
Fujairah
red, thick white outline
Ras al-Khaimah · Sharjah
red, white canton
Abu Dhabi
red, thick white stripe
Dubai · Ajman
red, thick white stripe, white crescent and star
Umm al-Quwain
red, thick white serrated stripe
Bahrain
maroon, serrated white stripe
Qatar
blue-yellow-green
Sudan
red-white-green, yellow sun
Kurdistan
green-red-yellow-blue-white
Druze
white, wavy red-white-blue saltire, azure-orange 4-pointed star, gold image of Assur
Assyrians

Western Europe


blue-white-red
France
green-white-red
Italy
green-white-orange
Ireland
blue-yellow-red, coat of arms
Andorra
black-yellow-red
Belgium
red-white-blue
Netherlands
red-white-azure
Luxembourg
red-white-red
Austria
national flag 1515 Flown by private citizens and municipalities.
red-white-red, black eagle
Austria
federal service flag 1616 Flown by the federal government and the armed forces.
red-yellow-red, coat of arms
Spain
black-red-yellow
West Germany
black-red-yellow, emblem
East Germany
red, white square cross
Switzerland
red, white nordic cross
Denmark
national flag 1717 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
red, white nordic cross, swallowtail cut
Denmark
sovereign flag 1818 Flown by the royal house, the government, and the armed forces. Also granted to a select list of private institutions and companies.
red, white-blue nordic cross
Norway
merchant flag 1919 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
red, white-blue nordic cross, swallowtail cut
Norway
state flag 2020 Flown only on state-owned buildings and naval ships.
white, blue-red nordic cross
Faroe Islands
blue, white-red nordic cross
Iceland
national flag 2121 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
blue, white-red nordic cross, swallowtail cut
Iceland
state flag 2222 Flown on government buildings and coast guard ships.
blue, yellow-red nordic cross
Åland
blue, yellow nordic cross
Sweden 2323 Flown for all purposes. A three-tailed version of the national flag is flown by the military.
white, blue nordic cross
Finland
national flag 2424 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
white, blue nordic cross, coat of arms
Finland
state flag 2525 Flown by the government, border guard, and public universities. The armed forces fly a version with a swallowtail cut.
blue, white cross
Greece
land flag 2626 Flown on land within Greece. The military flag had a crown in the centre of the cross.
9 blue-white stripes, blue canton containing a white cross
Greece
sea flag 2727 Flown at sea and abroad. The naval ensign had a crown in the centre of the cross.
blue, red-white pinwheel saltire outlined in white, red cross outlined in white
United Kingdom
white, red cross
England · Guernsey
white, red cross, white 6-pointed star, red hand, crown
Northern Ireland 2828 Flown by the government, sporting teams and by some private citizens. More or less exclusively a unionist symbol.
blue, white saltire
Scotland
white, red saltire
Jersey
white-green, red dragon
Wales
white-blue, coat of arms
San Marino
blue-red, yellow crown
Liechtenstein
red-white
Monaco
national flag 2929 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
white, coat of arms
Monaco
princely flag 3030 Flown over the Prince's Palace and government buildings.
white, red castle, red stripe, yellow key
Gibraltar
yellow-white, crossed keys emblem
Vatican City
white-red, silver George Cross
Malta
red, thick green stripe, yellow armillary sphere, coat of arms
Portugal
white-blue-yellow
Canary Islands
white, blue diagonal stripe
Galicia
9 red-yellow stripes
Catalonia
senyera 3131 The traditional Catalan flag.
9 red-yellow stripes, blue triangle, white star
Catalonia
estelada 3232 The flag preferred by supporters of Catalan independence.
9 black-white stripes, white canton, 11 ermine spots
Brittany
black, white cross
Cornwall
white, black moors head emblem
Corsica
yellow, black lion
Flanders
yellow, red rooster
Wallonia
red, white triskellion
Isle of Man
red, green saltire, white cross
Basque Country

Eastern Europe


red, yellow hammer and sickle
Soviet Union
red, black two-headed eagle, yellow hollow star
Albania
white-red, blue triangle
Czechoslovakia
white-red
Poland
state flag 3333 Flown over the Presidential Palace, parliament, provincial legislatures, and other government buildings. Private use highly restricted.
white-red, coat of arms
Poland
coat of arms flag 3434 Flown by embassies, airports, and merchant ships. Private use strictly banned.
blue-white-red, red star outlined in yellow
Yugoslavia
red-white-green
Hungary
white-green-red, emblem
Bulgaria
blue-black-white
Estonia 3535 Flown by the diplomatic service in exile and the Estonian disaspora. Flying the national flag was banned under the Soviet occupation.
yellow-green-red
Lithuania 3636 Flown by the diplomatic service in exile and the Lithuanian disaspora. Flying the national flag was banned under the Soviet occupation.
maroon-white-maroon
Latvia 3737 Flown by the diplomatic service in exile and the Latvian disaspora. Flying the national flag was banned under the Soviet occupation.
blue-yellow-red, factory emblem
Romania

South Asia and the Indian Ocean


orange-white-green, blue wheel
India
green, thick white stripe, white crescent and star
Pakistan
black-red-green, white mosque
Afghanistan
red double-tailed pennant outlined in blue, white moon, white sun
Nepal
diagonal yellow-red, white dragon
Bhutan
white, yellow wheel, red outline
Sikkim
maroon, yellow outline, yellow lion, four yellow leaves
Ceylon
green, thick red outline, white crescent
Maldives
green, four white stars, white crescent
Comoros
red-blue-yellow-green
Mauritius
red, white plough, three white bars
Jammu and Kashmir 3939 Flown in the Indian-controlled parts of the disputed region of Kashmir.
green, four white stripes, orange canton, white crescent and star
Azad Kashmir 4040 Flown in the Pakistan-controlled parts of the disputed region of Kashmir.
blue, white 6-pointed star, red-yellow-green striped-arc
Nagaland 4141 Flown by nationalists and separatists. The Indian state of Nagaland does not have an official flag.
yellow-red
Kannada 4242 The popular but unofficial flag of the Kannada people. The Indian state of Karnataka does not have an official flag.

East, Central and Southeast Asia


white, red circle
Japan
white, red-blue taeguk surrounded by four black trigrams
South Korea
blue-red-blue, white outlines, white disc, red star
North Korea
red, five yellow stars
China
red, yellow star
North Vietnam
yellow, three thin red stripes
South Vietnam
red-blue, yellow star
South Vietnam
PRG flag 4343 Flag of the Viet Cong. Flown by the communist Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam, which claimed to be the legitimate government of South Vietnam and was recognized by most Eastern Bloc states.
white triangle, 12-red-blue wedges, yellow sun, two snow lions, yellow border
Tibet
red-blue-red, yellow soyombo, yellow star
Mongolia
red, blue canton, white sun
Taiwan 4444 The flag of the Republic of China, the government of Taiwan. Banned on the mainland, as the People's Republic of China claimed sovereignty over the island. Regarded as the flag of China at the United Nations.
red, blue canton, six white stars
Burma
red, three white elephants under an umbrella
Laos
red-blue-red, white circle
Laos
Pathet Lao flag 4545 Flown by the communist Pathet Lao government-in-exile in Hanoi.
red-white-blue-white-red
Thailand
blue-red-blue, white Angkor Wat
Cambodia
blue-red, white triangle, yellow sun, three yellow stars
Philippines
14 red-white stripes, blue canton, yellow crescent and 14-point star
Malaysia
red-white
Indonesia
red-white, white crescent, 5 white stars
Singapore
yellow, diagonal white-black stripes, red emblem
Brunei
yellow, vertically divided black-red cross, yellow crown
Sarawak
yellow-green-red, white circle
Shan
red-white-yellow-blue, green canton, brown mountain
Sabah
red-white-blue, thick blue stripe, red sunburst and yellow drum
Karen 4646 Flown by Karen nationalists seeking independence and separation from Burma.
blue, white crescent and star
East Turkestan 4747 The national flag of the Uyghur people, banned within the People's Republic of China. Xinjiang Region does not have an official flag.

Oceania


blue British ensign, white 7-pointed star and southern cross
Australia
blue British ensign, red southern cross outlined in white
New Zealand
white-red-blue-white-red-blue-white-red, union jack
Hawaiʻi
blue, thin yellow stripe, white 12-pointed star
Nauru
blue, ring of 6 white stars
Micronesia
red, blue canton, white southern cross
Western Samoa
red, white canton, red cross
Tonga
red, white maltese cross, French flag outlined in white
Wallis and Futuna
blue outlined in red, emblem
Guam
blue, white triangle outlined in red, American eagle holding a gold fly-whisk and club
American Samoa
green, bird of paradise
Papua and New Guinea 4848 Flown unofficially, mostly at sporting events

North America


red-white-red, red maple leaf
Canada
13 red-white stripes, blue canton, fifty white stars
United States
red British ensign, coat of arms
Bermuda
blue, white cross, four white fleurs-de-lis
Québec
blue, yellow big dipper and polaris
Alaska
white-red, thick blue stripe, white star
Texas
blue-white-red, yellow star
Acadia
white, red stripe, bear, the words CALIFORNIA REPUBLIC, red star
California
white, red big dipper
Cherokee
white, red offset cross, red star, red crescent
Mi’kmaq
blue, white infinity symbol
Métis
blue, white morning star glyph
Northern Cheyenne
red, thin blue outline, 9 white tipis
Oglala Lakota
red-white-black-white-black-white-red, white triangle outlined in black, red-black circle
Arapaho
blue, saltire of red and white chevrons, tribal seal
Seminole
tan, seal on a map, four black-white-blue-yellow mountains, rainbow
Navajo
yellow-purple, staff with 11 feathers dangling from it
Papago

The Caribbean


green-black triangles, yellow saltire
Jamaica
red, diagonal black stripe outlined in white
Trinidad and Tobago
black-blue-white, red triangles, yellow sunrise
Antigua
green, yellow triangle outlined in white, smaller red triangle outlined in black
Guyana
diagonal yellow-green, red star
Guyane
green-black, red triangle
Martinique 4949 An unofficial flag flown by Martinican nationalists and occasionally by local municipalities.
blue, black triangle outlined in white, shorter yellow triangle
Saint Lucia
blue-yellow-blue, black trident
Barbados
green-yellow-blue, black palm tree
Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla
blue-white-green, white disc outlined in red, nutmeg emblem
Grenada
white, black elliptical ring of 5 black-brown-yellow-red-white stars outlined in black
Suriname
white, thin red stripe, thin blue band, ring of 6 stars
Netherlands Antilles
white, blue stripe, three orange dolphins
Anguilla 5050 The unofficial but popular cultural flag of the island.
white, American eagle flanked on either side by the blue letters
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
blue, white disc, coat of arms
Belize
blue British ensign, coat of arms
Dominica
blue British ensign, badge
Saint Vincent
black-white-yellow
Garifuna

Latin America


green, yellow diamond, blue and white celestial sphere
Brazil
green-white-red, eagle and snake symbol
Mexico
red-white-red, coat of arms
Peru
national ensign 5151 Flown by the government, the navy, the national police, and national sports teams. Raised at major ceremonies. The army uses a similar flag with a different coat of arms.
red-white-red
Peru
national flag 5252 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
blue-white-blue containing an emblem
Guatemala
blue-white-blue, gold sun
Argentina
blue-white-blue, 5 blue stars
Honduras
blue-white-blue, coat of arms
Nicaragua
blue-white-blue, coat of arms
El Salvador
national flag 5353 The most common flag, flown over most government buildings, at ceremonies, by diplomatic missions and often by public citizens.
blue-white-blue, yellow
El Salvador
inscribed flag 5454 An alternative government flag, most commonly flown by the armed forces but also on some public buildings and offices.
blue-white-blue
El Salvador
plain flag 5555 The simplest version of the national flag, flown by some private citizens.
red-white-blue, star seal
Paraguay
front side
red-white-blue, lion seal
Paraguay
back side
blue-white-red-white-blue,
Costa Rica
national flag 5656 The most common Costa Rican flag. Officially designated for private citizens, but in practice often used on government buildings and schools too.
blue-white-red-white-blue, coat of arms
Costa Rica
national ensign 5757 Flown by the government and by diplomatic missions, although also used sometimes by private citizens.
5 red-white stripes, blue triangle, white star
Puerto Rico
5 blue-white stripes, red triangle, white star
Cuba
9 white-blue stripes, white canton, yellow sun
Uruguay
national flag 5858 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
blue-white-blue, red diagonal stripe
Uruguay
flag of Artigas 5959 A traditional military emblem, ceremonially flown alongside the national flag at government buildings.
red-white-blue, the words
Uruguay
flag of the Treinta y Tres 6060 A historic flag, ceremonially flown alongside the national flag at government buildings.
blue-red quarters, white cross, coat of arms
Dominican Republic
white-red, blue canton, white star
Chile
white-red-white-blue quarters, blue star, red star
Panama
blue-red, white square containing a coat of arms
Haiti
yellow-blue-red, arc of 7 white stars, coat of arms
Venezuela
national ensign 6161 Flown by the government and armed forces, and unofficially used by many private citizens.
yellow-blue-red, arc of 7 white stars
Venezuela
national flag 6262 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
yellow-blue-red
Colombia
yellow-blue-red, coat of arms
Ecuador
red-yellow-green, coat of arms
Bolivia
state flag 6363 Flown by the governmnent. The armed forces flew a similar flag with olive and laurel branches around the coat of arms.
red-yellow-green
Bolivia
national flag 6464 Allowed to be flown by anyone.

Other International and Cultural Flags


blue, white map of the world, white wreath
United Nations
blue, circle of 12 yellow stars
Europe
blue-yellow-red-white-orange-multicolour
Buddhist Flag
blue-green
Romani
red-black-green
Pan-African Flag
green, white canton, green star
Esperanto
white, red cross
Red Cross
white, red crescent
Red Crescent
white, red lion and sun
Red Lion and Sun
white, olympic rings
Olympic Games

Events of 1969


BHUTAN • The national flag was modified sometime around 1969. The red was lightened to orange and the ratio was lengthened from 4:5 to 2:3.
1956 flag of Bhutanright arrowcirca 1969 flag of Bhutan
LIBYA • Libya adopted a new flag based on the Arab Liberation Tricolour on November 7.
1951 flag of Libyaright arrow1969 flag of Libya
MALDIVES • The Maldive Islands shortened its name to just the Maldives on April 14.
SAINT VINCENT • Saint Vincent became an associated state of the United Kingdom on October 27. It retained its previous colonial flag — a blue ensign which had been granted in 1907 — during its pre-independence statehood.
1907 colonial flag of Saint Vincent
SOUTH VIETNAM • The Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam was established in opposition to South Vietnamese government on June 8. It flew the Viet Cong flag.
1969 PRG flag of South Vietnam

Notes


1 Often (but not always) flown by the royal house and the government.
2 Flown by anyone.
3 Flag of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde, which aimed for separation from Portugal. Eventually became the flag of Guinea-Bissau. Portuguese colonies did not have official flags.
4 Flag of the Liberation Front of Mozambique, which aimed for independence from Portugal. Direct predecessor of the modern flag of Mozambique. Portuguese colonies did not have official flags.
5 Flag of the National Liberation Front of Angola, which aimed for independence from Portugal, and its government-in-exile in Kinshasa. Portuguese colonies did not have official flags.
6 Flag of People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola, a competing independence movement. Direct predecessor of the modern Angolan flag.
7 Flag of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola, yet another independence movement.
8 Flag of the Zimbabwe African National Union, which sought majority rule in the breakaway British colony of Rhodesia. The territory's illegal white supremacist government flew a green and white flag with the Rhodesian coat of arms.
9 Flag of the Zimbabwe African People's Union, a competing liberation movement.
10 Flag of the South West Africa People's Organisation, which sought independence from South Africa. Direct predecessor of the flag of Namibia. The territorial government did not have an official flag.
11 Flag of the Eritrean Liberation Front, which sought independence from Ethiopia. Derived from the previous national flag. The provincial government did not have an official flag.
12 Flown in territory controlled by the Royalists during the North Yemen Civil War.
13 Flown by the government, and often by private citizens. In certain ceremonial settings, the ratio was 1:3.
14 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
15 Flown by private citizens and municipalities.
16 Flown by the federal government and the armed forces.
17 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
18 Flown by the royal house, the government, and the armed forces. Also granted to a select list of private institutions and companies.
19 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
20 Flown only on state-owned buildings and naval ships.
21 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
22 Flown on government buildings and coast guard ships.
23 Flown for all purposes. A three-tailed version of the national flag is flown by the military.
24 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
25 Flown by the government, border guard, and public universities. The armed forces fly a version with a swallowtail cut.
26 Flown on land within Greece. The military flag had a crown in the centre of the cross.
27 Flown at sea and abroad. The naval ensign had a crown in the centre of the cross.
28 Flown by the government, sporting teams and by some private citizens. More or less exclusively a unionist symbol.
29 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
30 Flown over the Prince's Palace and government buildings.
31 The traditional Catalan flag.
32 The flag preferred by supporters of Catalan independence.
33 Flown over the Presidential Palace, parliament, provincial legislatures, and other government buildings. Private use highly restricted.
34 Flown by embassies, airports, and merchant ships. Private use strictly banned.
35 Flown by the diplomatic service in exile and the Estonian disaspora. Flying the national flag was banned under the Soviet occupation.
36 Flown by the diplomatic service in exile and the Lithuanian disaspora. Flying the national flag was banned under the Soviet occupation.
37 Flown by the diplomatic service in exile and the Latvian disaspora. Flying the national flag was banned under the Soviet occupation.
38 Banned within the People's Republic of China. The Tibet Autonomous Region does not have an official flag.
39 Flown in the Indian-controlled parts of the disputed region of Kashmir.
40 Flown in the Pakistan-controlled parts of the disputed region of Kashmir.
41 Flown by nationalists and separatists. The Indian state of Nagaland does not have an official flag.
42 The popular but unofficial flag of the Kannada people. The Indian state of Karnataka does not have an official flag.
43 Flag of the Viet Cong. Flown by the communist Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam, which claimed to be the legitimate government of South Vietnam and was recognized by most Eastern Bloc states.
44 The flag of the Republic of China, the government of Taiwan. Banned on the mainland, as the People's Republic of China claimed sovereignty over the island. Regarded as the flag of China at the United Nations.
45 Flown by the communist Pathet Lao government-in-exile in Hanoi.
46 Flown by Karen nationalists seeking independence and separation from Burma.
47 The national flag of the Uyghur people, banned within the People's Republic of China. Xinjiang Region does not have an official flag.
48 Flown unofficially, mostly at sporting events
49 An unofficial flag flown by Martinican nationalists and occasionally by local municipalities.
50 The unofficial but popular cultural flag of the island.
51 Flown by the government, the navy, the national police, and national sports teams. Raised at major ceremonies. The army uses a similar flag with a different coat of arms.
52 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
53 The most common flag, flown over most government buildings, at ceremonies, by diplomatic missions and often by public citizens.
54 An alternative government flag, most commonly flown by the armed forces but also on some public buildings and offices.
55 The simplest version of the national flag, flown by some private citizens.
56 The most common Costa Rican flag. Officially designated for private citizens, but in practice often used on government buildings and schools too.
57 Flown by the government and by diplomatic missions, although also used sometimes by private citizens.
58 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
59 A traditional military emblem, ceremonially flown alongside the national flag at government buildings.
60 A historic flag, ceremonially flown alongside the national flag at government buildings.
61 Flown by the government and armed forces, and unofficially used by many private citizens.
62 Allowed to be flown by anyone.
63 Flown by the governmnent. The armed forces flew a similar flag with olive and laurel branches around the coat of arms.
64 Allowed to be flown by anyone.