Flag of Australian Capital Territory
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The flag of the Australian Capital Territory shows on the left side the Southern Cross on a blue background.The right golden part has a modified coat of arms of the city of Canberra in the center.
This coat of arms is carried on the left by a black Australian Mourning Swan and on the right by a white Australian Mourning Swan. The flag was introduced in 1993.
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The flag of the Australian Capital Territory is a symbol of the link between the territory and the Commonwealth of Australia. It consists of a white background with a blue Union Jack in the upper left corner. The Union Jack is replaced by a gold star representing the capital city of Canberra. In the center of the flag is a golden Commonwealth star sign, representing the connection with Australia. The white background of the flag symbolizes the unity of the territory with the Commonwealth. It also represents the independence and neutrality of the territory.
The flag of the Australian Capital Territory was introduced on March 16, 1993. It consists of a white star on a blue background representing a white feather, which stands for the Aboriginal people of Australia. The star also symbolizes the four state capitals: Canberra, Queanbeyan, Yass and Jervis Bay.
The flag of the Australian Capital Territory is a vertical flag with a blue background and a white circle in the center. The circle contains a red six-pointed star, which is a white Commonwealth star. The circle is surrounded by a gold band containing a black Commonwealth cross. The top and bottom edges of the band are fringed with a white stripe. The white circle and red six-pointed star symbolize the Commonwealth, while the blue background represents the color of the Australian flag. The white stripe and the golden band symbolize the freedom and the right available to the citizens of the Australian Capital Territory.