Flag of the Socialist State of Paloma

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Paloma
UseNational flag and state ensign Flag has a reverse that differs from obverse.
Proportion1:2
Adopted29 January 2020
UseWar flag [1]
Proportion16:9
DesignRed background, centered is a prison cell window with above the word "LIBERTAD". A distressed prisoner is inside waving the a small Banner of the Revolution.

The flag of the Free Socialist State of Paloma (Spanish: Estado Socialista de Paloma) was adopted in 2019. Its design, a red–white–blue triband, was inspired by the colours of the Dutch flag, believed to signify independence and liberty. The flag is unusual because it differs on its obverse and reverse sides: the obverse of the flag shows the national coat of arms, and the reverse shows the State Symbol of Paloma.

Historical flags

Proposed flags

Also see

List of Paloman flags

  1. This flag is not fully recognized nor used, but is mainly made for war use