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The flag of Peru was officially on 25th Introduced in May 1825.
The civil national flag consists of the colors red, white and red in typical Republican (revolutionary) strip shape (vertically), modeled on the flag of France. The aspect ratio is 2:3. All three strips are equally wide.
Regardless of whether small or big house hut, on the National Day on 28 July, all buildings must be adorned with a national flag.
Three equal vertical stripes (red, white, red) with the national coat of arms in the white area; this shows a shield entwined with branches.
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The flag of Peru was introduced on February 25, 1825. It is a symbol of the country's independence. It is a rectangular flag consisting of three evenly spaced horizontal stripes colored in red, white and green.
The national flag of Peru was first designed in 1825 and consists of a vertical stripe in the colors red, white and green. It symbolizes the independence of the country and the unity of the three traditional regions of the country, namely the coast, the Andes and the Amazon. The flag was modified several times and finally adopted in 2006.
The flag of Peru consists of a red square in the center surrounded by two white stripes and a wide blue stripe at the top. The red square contains a white coat of arms showing an eagle on a tree stump. The eagle holds a sword and a snake in its talons. The flag symbolizes the unity of the country and its readiness to defend itself. The eagle represents the struggle against Spanish colonial rule and the snake symbolizes independence. The tree stump represents the progress of the country.