The Flag Locker seeks to document the flags of the world and welcomes the vexillological community to contribute their knowledge and research.
The site is always evolving and expanding. There are always going to be new flags to add, historical flags to research, features to develop, and corrections to be made. However, that is exactly what makes the Flag Locker so exciting.
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The Flag Locker Team
In 1938, District of Columbia adopted their flag.
In 1950, South Korea adopted their flag.
In 1975, Niue adopted their flag.
In 1997, South Korea adopted their flag.
The flag is a banner of arms of the coat of arms granted to Gilbert and Ellice Islands, a British co...See comment >>
According to KnowIndia, Saffron represents the strength and courage of the country, white represents...See comment >>
An um-yang symbol centred on a field of white surrounded by four trigrams (Kwae).
Last week, The Flag Locker HQ relocated from Ontario, Canada to Nova Scotia. As a result, most work on the site has had to be put on hold. Things are finally settling back into place and we will be up and running on a more recular schedule shortly.
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