Flag of Carinthia (service flag)
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The flag of Carinthia consists of three stripes: yellow, red and white. In the center it shows a coat of arms, which is yellow on the left and shows three lions. On the right it shows three stripes in the colors red-white-red.
This flag dates back to the 19th century, but the coat of arms is on the flag only in 1930. The colors red, yellow and white are derived from the coat of arms. This shows a split shield. On the left side three black lions on a golden background and on the right side the Austrian shield of the Babenbergs.
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The flag of the province of Carinthia in Austria was officially introduced in 1960. It consists of a white background with a red cross surrounded by four golden eagles. The flag is a symbol of the long and rich history of the province and is used as a service flag.
The flag of the province of Carinthia, also known as the service flag, is a yellow and red triband flag. It was introduced in 1848, when the state was part of the Austrian Empire. Since then it has been changed several times, but the colors remained unchanged. The flag was officially recognized in 1960 and since then it has been recognized as the symbol of the province of Carinthia.
The flag of the province of Carinthia in the country of Austria is a white field with a red bar in the middle. The red bar is in the middle of the white field and is in width one third of the white field. At the top of the red bar is a golden eagle. The golden eagle symbolizes the courage and strength of the province of Carinthia. The eagle is depicted with a golden shield overlapping the red bar.