Flag of Malta

Flag Malta, Banner Malta
Aspect ratio:
2:3
Vexillological symbol:
National and war flag on land and at sea
Country:
Malta
Capital:
Valletta
Size:
316 km²
Population:
396.851
Continent:
Europe
Languages:
Maltese; English is used everywhere as second official language, partly also Italian (3rd official language)
Currency:
Maltese lira (MTL)
accepted at:
20.09.1964

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Background knowledge

The flag of Malta was the first 21st September 1964 officially hoisted.

The flag consists of two equal vertical stripes: white left and right red. In the upper left corner of the white color field the George Cross is shown with a red border to comply with the heraldic rules.

Hymn

Composer: Robert Sammut Songwriter: Dun Karm Psaila

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Malta

This is what an AI says about the Maltese flag
The flag of Malta was introduced in 1964 and is a combination of the colors red, white and black. It symbolizes the history and culture of the country and represents the connection with Great Britain. The flag is also a symbol of the Maltese coat of arms, which is depicted on the flag.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Maltese flag
The Maltese flag consists of two horizontal stripes, white above and red below. It was used for the first time in 1249 during the reign of King Frederick II. The white stripe symbolizes the cross of the Order of Knights of St. John, while the red stripe represents the color of the blood of the martyrs.
This is how an AI describes the Maltese flag
The national flag of Malta consists of two equal vertical stripes in white and red. The upper stripe is white and the lower stripe is red. In the center of the flag is a George cross in red. The George cross is a symbol of Malta's Christian faith. The flag was introduced in 1964 and is a symbol of the country's independence.