Flag of Cape Town (1997 - 2003)
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The flag of Cape Town, valid from 1997 to 2003, was chosen in a competition among 140 entries. She created an artist.
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The flag of the City of Cape Town, used between 1997 and 2003, is a symbol of the diversity of cultures living together in South Africa. It is a combination of different symbols that represent the different populations of the country. The flag also symbolizes unity and the desire for the different cultures to live together peacefully.
The flag of the City of Cape Town was introduced in 1997 and represented the city until 2003, consisting of three evenly divided stripes in blue, white and green, indicating the three different groups of the population. The flag also symbolized hope for a new era of unity and prosperity for South Africa.
The flag of the city of Cape Town (1997 - 2003) in the country of South Africa shows a white cross on a blue background. In the upper left corner is a red symbol representing the silhouette of a ship. The white cross symbolizes peace, the blue color represents African culture and the red symbol represents the maritime tradition of the city. The flag was introduced in 1997 and abolished in 2003.
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