Flag of Aquitaine (Aquitaine)

Flag Aquitaine (Aquitaine), Banner Aquitaine (Aquitaine)
Aspect ratio:
5:3
Country:
France
State:
Aquitaine (Aquitaine)
Capital:
Bordeaux
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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Aquitaine (Aquitaine)

This is what an AI says about the Aquitaine (Aquitaine) flag
The flag of Aquitaine is a symbol of the history and culture of the region. It consists of three vertical stripes in blue, white and red, reminiscent of the French Tricolore. The upper blue stripe is decorated with the golden Aquitanian coat of arms, representing a golden eagle and three golden stars.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Aquitaine (Aquitaine) flag
The flag of the State of Aquitaine was used for the first time in 1284. It is a combination of two flags, one from the French Kingdom and the other from the Duchy of Aquitaine. The flag consists of a white cross on a red background. The four ends of the cross are decorated with golden lion heads. The flag has been used since the 13th century as the symbol of the State of Aquitaine and is a symbol of solidarity and cohesion among the citizens of the state.
This is how an AI describes the Aquitaine (Aquitaine) flag
The flag of the French state of Aquitaine is a red flag with a white cross in the center. The cross is bordered by four golden lilies. The lilies symbolize the ancient name of Aquitaine, "Pays des Quatre Lys" (Land of the Four Lilies). The red background of the flag represents the historical importance of Aquitaine as one of the most important countries in Europe in the Middle Ages.

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