Flag of San Marino

Flag San Marino, Banner San Marino
Aspect ratio:
3:4
Vexillological symbol:
Service and war flag ashore
Country:
San Marino
Capital:
San Marino
Size:
61 km²
Population:
28.503
Continent:
Europe
Languages:
Italian
Currency:
Euro (EUR)
accepted at:
05.04.1862

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Hymn

Composer: Federico Consolo

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of San Marino

This is what an AI says about the San-marinese flag
The national flag of San Marino is a symbol of the country's independence. It consists of two equilateral triangles, which are blue and white. In the center of the flag there is a five-pointed golden star symbolizing the five castles of the country.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the San-marinese flag
The national flag of San Marino was first used in 1862. It consists of two equal stripes in the colors white and blue, separated by a red cross. The red cross symbolizes the martyrdom of the founder of the Republic, Saint Marinus.
This is how an AI describes the San-marinese flag
The national flag of San Marino is a horizontal tricolor of white, blue and red. White is the upper color, followed by blue and red as the lower color. The white color symbolizes the snow of the country's mountains, while the blue and red stand as the colors of the urban municipalities. The flag is also called "Serpente di San Marino", which means "San Marino snake".

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