Iceland National Flag
    Iceland Flag
    Iceland flag
    Name íslenski fáninn
    (Flag of Iceland)
    Adopted 17 June 1944
    Proportion 18:25
    Designer Matthías Þórðarson
    Inspired by Denmark flag
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    Iceland National Flag
    The national flag of Iceland is blue as the sky with a snow-white cross, and a fiery-red cross inside the white cross. The arms of the cross extend to the edge of the flag, and their combined width is 29, but the red cross 19 of the combined width of the flag. The blue areas are right angled rectangles, the rectilinear surfaces are parallel and the outer rectilinear surfaces as wide as them, but twice the length. The dimensions between the width and length are 18:25.
    Iceland Flag Colors - symbolism
    Iceland Flag Colors - meaning
    Blue symbolizes the surrounding ocean
    White represents the snow and ice fields of Iceland
    Red symbolizes Iceland's volcanic fires
    Iceland Flag Colors
    Blue: (RGB: 2, 82, 156) (hex code: #02529C)
    White: (RGB: 255, 255, 255) (hex code: #FFFFFF)
    Red: (RGB: 220, 30, 53) (hex code: #DC1E35)
    Iceland Flag history
    Iceland Flag
    Iceland Flag history
    According to a legend, a red cloth with a white cross came down from the sky during the Danes victory at the Battle of Valdemar in the 13th-century. Denmark then used the cross on its flag throughout its territories, including Iceland. After getting independence from Denmark, Iceland continued to use the Christian symbol, the cross on its flag as well
    Iceland Flag protocol
    Iceland Flag

    Iceland Flag protocol

    The national flag of Iceland shall not be flown until 7 o'clock in the morning and never beyond midnight. No one shall disrespect the flag in act or word, subject to a fine or imprisonment of up to one year.
    Iceland flag days
    Iceland Flag Days
    On the following nationally sanctioned flag days, the national flag must be raised at official buildings, and those under the supervision of officials and special representatives of the state. On these days, the flag must be fully drawn, except on Good Friday where it must be drawn at half-mast.
    Iceland Flag The birthday of the President of Iceland (presently the 26th of June)
    Iceland Flag New Year's Day (1 January)
    Iceland Flag Good Friday
    Iceland Flag Easter
    Iceland Flag First Day of Summer
    Iceland Flag International Workers' Day (1 May)
    Iceland Flag Pentecost
    Iceland Flag Sailors Day
    Iceland Flag Icelandic National Day (17 June)
    Iceland Flag Icelandic Language Day (16 November)
    Iceland Flag Self-governance Day (1 December)
    Iceland Flag Christmas day (25 December)
    Iceland State Flag
    State Flag of Iceland
    The state flag (Tjúgufáni) has the outer rectangles that are three times longer than the hoist side rectangles and split at the end, cut directly from the outer corners to its centre line. Cutting the inner edges of the outer rectangles at 47 of outer length and 37 of inner length of the outer rectangles. When this cut encounters the edge of the red cross it is cut vertically. The Icelandic state flag (Ríkisfáni), known as the Tjúgufáni, was first flown on 1 December 1918 from the house of ministry offices. The State flag is used on governmental buildings and embassies. It is also permitted to use the flag on other buildings, if they are being used by the government in some fashion. The Tjúgufáni is the Naval Ensign of the Icelandic Coast Guard as well, and state ships and other ships put to official uses are permitted to use it.
    State Flag of Iceland
    Iceland President's Flag
    Flag of the President of Iceland
    The flag of the President of Iceland is used on the dwellings of the President as well as any vehicles that are used to transport him or her.
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