Flag of Taylor

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Taylor
UseCivil and state flag
Proportion2:3
AdoptedFebruary 10, 2020; 7 months ago (2020-02-10)
DesignEight alternating horizontal stripes of blue, red, and white, with the Baustralian Flag in the canton reversed retreating
Variant flag of Taylor
NameFlag of the Governor of Taylor
DesignSeal of Taylor on a blue field

The flag of the Province of Taylor depicts eight alternating horizontal stripes of blue, red, and white, with the Flag of Baustralia in the canton reversed retreating, as set forth by Taylor provincial and Paloman federal law. The flag was adopted on 10 February 2020 a few months after it was handed over from the Baustralian government to Paloma.

Design

The flag is loosely based off both the Baustralian ensign and the Flag of Hawaii. It has eight alternating horizontal stripes of blue, red, and white. In the canton is the Flag of Baustralia with the fish reversed and going backwards, symbolizing the Baustralian retreat and transfer of ownership of Taylor to Paloma