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If all countries had to use Nordic-style flags, what would your country’s flag look like?

If the Philippines Flag was made Nordic-style, the cross could represent the status of the country as the Christian-majority nation. The Philippines is only one of the two countries in Asia (along with Timor-Leste) with a majority Christian population.Catholicism was introduced to the country by the Spaniards.Using Norway’s flag as the template, we could change the colors to that of the Philippine flag.This would do, but we could also add something to the flag which could identify the flag unmistakably the Philippines’ especially the question says that all countries in the world will redesign their flag as Nordic-style. Chad, Romania, Venezuela, Ecuador, could have similar Nordic flags with the Philippines.We could add the distinct sun of Philippines’ flag which is also featured in its coat of arms.We could just superimposed the whole coat of arms minus the motto but I decided against it. It is because I wanted to retain a feature that makes the original Philippine flag unique; When flown upside down, the Philippine flag signifies that the country is officially in a state of war.As shown below, the new Nordic Philippines flag retains the feature.The naval ensign of Nordic Philippines could look like this:And unlike many flags with coat of arms in it, the flag be displayed vertically minimizing cost.You may use the flag images but please credit me for the designs.

What countries have very similar looking flags?

For a long time the tiny nation of Liechtenstein between Switzerland and Austria had the exact same flag of Haiti. No one noticed until one of the Olympic games. So Liechtenstein added a crown to theirs.The former nations of Gran Colombia have adopted the same flag just with slight adjustments.Take the flag of Colombia as a template.Venezuela added stars and the coat of arms;While Ecuador just added the coat of arms;Someone has told me the Armenian flag is quite similar. I think it’s slight but I’ll show it anyway because apparently it was enough to fool Shakira and an Azerbaijani diplomat.An Azerbaijani diplomat destroyed a Colombian flag thinking it was Armenian actually impacting Azerbaijani - Colombian relations.And Shakira held a Colombian flag upside down. This is because she’s Colombian fair enough. However, she did it in Azerbaijan causing everyone to think she was holding an Armenian flag. Note, Azeraijanis don’t like Aremenians. Yeah… that was a big issue.Australia, Fiji, Tuvalu, and New Zealand were all once British Colonies but never changed their flags after gaining independence so they all still have the British colonial flag design.Tuvalu and Fiji look the most similar to each others of the four;TuvaluNew Zealand and Australia look the most similar to each others out of the four;New Zealand actually had a referendum to change its flag and spent millions upon millions on advertising and the such.They voted to keep the same. That day hurt me.Edit: I’ve been told to show some of New Zealand’s other possible designs that the New Zealand Government shamefully shot down. Here are some.These flag designs should have at least been given a chance!Andorra, Moldova, Romania, and Chad all have the same flag with minor differences. Moldova and Romania were once the same country so that makes sense. Chad’s flag is EXACTLY THE SAME AS ROMANIA except the blue is slightly darker.Mexico and Italy have the same flag except Mexico’s had a coat of arms. However, they have no relation.The Federal Republic of Central America had this flag;After it broke apart into Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica, all but Costa Rica kept the style.Speaking of Costa Rica, their flag is similar to Thailand;The country of Liberia in Africa was founded by African - Americans and so the flag was based off the American flag. Malaysia also got in on the American style.Cuba, Catalonia, and Puerto Rico have the same concept. The Philippines shares a bit but is a bit more different.Poland, Indonesia, and Monaco.Austria and Latvia. Even the origin is shared. The red being a blood covered cuirass with the white being the unstained part that was covered by a belt.Lebanon gets in on that action too!The Nordic countries share a flag template. Except for Greenland which HAD TO BREAK WITH THE NEATNESS!The colors of the Arab Revolt of WW1 are used by many Arab nations.Ethiopia was one of two countries aside from Liberia to not be colonized by a European power. Italy doesn’t count! So many countries took Ethiopia’s colors and put it on theirs.EthiopiaLook at all that red, yellow, and green!Speaking of these colors, Bolivia got in on that action, too!Palau, Bangladesh, and Japan are a spot on a plain.Somalia, Vietnam and Morocco have a star on a plain.Switzerland and Albania are also similar.Ireland and Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast but French people don’t like you not saying their countries name in French) are mirrors of each other.Niger and India.The Republic of China (Taiwan) and Samoa are pretty similar.Uruguay and GreeceLithuania and Myanmar (Burma)Canada and Peru.Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Croatia are similar to Paraguay.Russia and Serbia also share this color scheme.The Netherlands and Luxembourg also have this scheme but are also the same as each other, with just the blue on Luxembourg being slightly lighter.Belgium’s flag is so similar to Germany’s, so that when the Belgian monarchy came to visit Canada they were greeted with a German flag by accident.Albanian and Montenegro are slightly similar.AlbaniaMontenegroDenmark and Switzerland are close.DenmarkSwitzerlandI think that’s everything!

What is the history behind the flags of Scandinavian countries?

A2A;The Nordic Cross FlagsAs a fact, the flag of Denmark is the oldest national flag which is still in use. They have been using the same flag since the 14th century. There are different stories that revolve around the history of these Scandinavian flags, especially the Danish one. But almost everyone accepts that the these flags were once used as the banners or gonfalons during the war, and the present day flag is the 90 degree rotation of the same.Dannebrog, or the flag of Denmark was taken as the basic template. The Realms, dioceses, and lands associated with Denmark in one way or the other applied their colors of coats of arms to and made flags out the template of the Denmark flag. The first King of Nordic Kalmar Union (Norway), Eric of Pomerania kept the Red background and placed a Golden cross which now called as the Scanian cross which is officially used in the Skåne County.Similarly, the variations of the same flags were adopted by the nearby countries that had an Nordic influence. Also, there many other flags in the Europe that had evolved under the influence of the Nordic Cross.The Norwegian flag was the first flag to have three colors. The thing which is obvious and known but need to be stated that the Cross represent Christianity.Myths and Stories behind The Danish FlagHaving said that the other flags just used the Danish flag as the template and then added their own color of coats of arms to make their flag, there are two commonly disputed stories behind the adaption of the Danish flag.During the Battle of Lyndanisse, also known as the Battle of Valdemar (Volmerslaget) in Estonia, on June 15 1219, the flag fell from the sky motivating the Danish forces and resulting in a Danish victory. Some believe that this happened during the battle of Fellin (Viljandi) in 1208The other belief is that the design came from a papal banner sent to either the Danish king or the Danish archbishop for use in said crusades.

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