Flag of Cyprus
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White with a copper silhouette of the island ("Cyprus" derives from the Greek word for "copper") above two green crossed olive branches in the center of the flag.
The olive branches symbolize the hope for peace between the Greek and Turkish parts of the island. Flag since Aug. 16, 1960.
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The flag of Cyprus is a symbol of the independence and unity of the country. It consists of white and green stripes with a golden eagle in the center. The colors symbolize the history, culture and belonging of the country. The flag was officially introduced in 1960.
The national flag of Cyprus is a combination of the flags of Greece and Turkey. It was first used in 1960 when Cyprus became a republic. The flag has a white cross on a blue background, which is a symbol of Greek culture and the Turkish flag is red-white-red.
The national flag of Cyprus is a horizontal flag in white, red and orange. In the center is a white five-pointed star in red, framed by two olive branches. The star symbolizes the hope for unity of the country, while the olive branches represent peace. The colors red, white and orange represent the three ethnic groups in Cyprus.