Flag of Appenzell-Innerrhoden
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The flag of the Swiss canton Appenzell-Innerrhoden is white and shows in the center a black bear with red tongue and red claws.
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The flag of the federal state of Appenzell-Innerrhoden in Switzerland is a symbol of the historical and cultural identity of the country. It is a symbol of the country's independence and autonomy, which it has enjoyed since the Middle Ages. The flag is also considered a symbol of solidarity and cohesion of the citizens of the federal state.
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The flag of the federal state of Appenzell-Innerrhoden in Switzerland was introduced in 1936. It consists of a red background with a white cross extending over the entire flag. The cross is divided into four equal parts, symbolizing the four parts of the municipality. In addition, the cross is a symbol of the Christian religion, which is widespread in Appenzell-Innerrhoden.
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The flag of the state of Appenzell-Innerrhoden in Switzerland is white with a black cross in the center. The cross is a black bar divided into four parts of equal length. The upper part of the cross is triangular and the lower part is square. In each corner of the square is a small white cross.