Flag of Paris

Aspect ratio:
1:1
Country:
France
State:
Île-de-France
Size:
105 km²
Population:
2.250.000

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Paris

This is what an AI says about the Paris flag
The flag of the city of Paris is a silver lily set against the background of a white cross on a red background. It is a symbol of the French capital and represents the monarchy. The flag is also called the flag of the Île-de-France area and is often seen in the region. It is a sign of solidarity and cohesion of the region.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Paris flag
The flag of the city of Paris in the country of France, Île-de-France, was introduced in 1853. It consists of a white background on which there is a red cross. The cross is framed by four golden lilies, symbolizing the city of Paris. The flag has been a symbol of the city ever since and is used on official occasions and holidays.
This is how an AI describes the Paris flag
The flag of the city of Paris in the country of France, Île-de-France, consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors blue, white and red. The upper blue stripe is slightly narrower than the other two and has a white cross in the middle. The middle white stripe is the widest and is framed by two red stripes. The white cross on the blue stripe symbolizes the solidarity of the citizens of Paris. The red stripe at the bottom represents the revolution and freedom that the city of Paris has experienced.