Flag of Sydney
The flag of the city of Sydney consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors white, gold and blue.In the upper third are three smaller flags.The left part or the left coat of arms is that of Thomas Townshend, Viscount Sydney, after whom the city is named. In the center is the English maritime flag. The upper right part is of Thomas Hughes, the first mayor of Sydney.
The lower part shows a sailing ship in full wind, which is supposed to remind of the famous Sydney harbor.
P.S.: The capital of Australia is Canberra :)
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The flag of the city of Sydney is a variation of the flag of Australia, which shows a blue cross on a white background. It was introduced in 1908 as the official flag of the city of Sydney and represents the diversity of cultures and the wealth of the city. The flag is nowadays used as a symbol of identity and pride of the city of Sydney.
The flag of the city of Sydney was first introduced in 1876. It consists of a white background with a red cross topped by a gold star. The flag was designed in 1876 by Sir Henry Parkes, the Premier of New South Wales. It is a symbolic link between the city of Sydney and the country of Australia.
The flag of the city of Sydney in the country of Australia shows a black cross on a white background. In each of the four corners of the cross there is a red star. In the center of the cross is a golden star, which is a six-pointed star. The cross symbolizes the Aborigines, the indigenous people of Australia, while the stars represent the six states and two territories of the country of Australia.