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The flag of the Swiss canton Basel-Stadt is white and shows a black crozier in the center.
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This is what an AI says about the Basel City flag
The flag of the state of Basel-Stadt in the country of Switzerland is a variation of the Swiss flag. It consists of a white cross on a red background divided into four equal squares. The flag was officially introduced in 1904 and is now used as a symbol of the city of Basel. It is an important symbol of the cohesion of the citizens and represents the unity between the different cultures in the region.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Basel City flag
The flag of the state of Basel-Stadt in the country of Switzerland was first used in 1833. It consists of a white cross on a red background, reminiscent of the flag of the old Basel City State. Then in 1989 the flag was officially recognized as the flag of the federal state of Basel-Stadt.
This is how an AI describes the Basel City flag
The flag of the state of Basel-Stadt in the country of Switzerland is a red square with a white cross in the center. The cross is divided into four equal sized squares, each with a white cross in the center. The background of the cross is black. The upper and lower parts of the cross are mirrored each other. It symbolizes the unity and solidarity between the three cantons of Basel-Stadt, Basel-Landschaft and Jura.