Flag of Uskor

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Flag of Uskor
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Use National flag
Adopted 2010 (readopted 2020)
Design A white field charged with a red-fimbriated dark blue Nordic cross that extends to the edges; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side.

The Uskorian National Flag , (Norwegian: Uskors flagg, Uskorian Merki) is white with an indigo blue Scandinavian cross fimbriated in red that extends to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side in the style of the Dannebrog, the flag of Denmark.



Other Uskorian Flags

Prior to the Red April Revolution

Flag of the Kingdom of Uskor
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Name National Flag of Uskor
Use National flag
Proportion 3:5
Adopted February, 2014
Design Yellow Nordic Cross on a grey background.

The former Flag of Uskor was a yellow Nordic Cross on a grey background. The flag was adopted in February, 2014. Along with the Coat of Arms it made up the primary symbolism of the nation.

Symbolism

The yellow represents the Uskorian People themselves and their qualities such as: honour, courage, loyalty and a stead fast determination to do the right thing. The grey represents the sea which is very important culturally and spirituality to the Uskorian People.


Display and use

The flag is always flown around the clock in Denton regardless of Conditions. It is customarily flown on all major events and public holidays.


Royal and government flags

The Royal Standard was adopted in June 2014 as the flag to represent the Uskorian monarchy.

Royal Standard

The Uskorian Governmental Ensigns:



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