Flag of California
The flag of California is white. In the lowest part there is a horizontal stripe in red.
The red is to symbolize the border with Mexico. The bear in the center represents a symbol of strength. In the top left corner there is a red five-pointed star which is supposed to stand for a single state, alluding to Texas.The flag was adopted in 1911. The California flag first appeared with American settlers in 1846. The 'bear flag' has not been changed since then and stands as a symbol of 'freedom'.
The name California comes from a chivalric Romanesque book in which a queen named Califia ruled over a land of many pearls and gold. In 1535 Cortez's men found an island with many pearls and thought it was the island of Califia.
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The flag of the state of California in the country of United States of America (USA) is one of the oldest flags of the country. It was adopted in 1846 as the first flag of the country of California. It symbolizes the unity of the country and is revered as a symbol of national pride.
The flag of the state of California in the country of United States of America is one of the oldest flags in the USA. It was introduced in 1911 by William Todd and consists of a red star on a white background with a red stripe underneath. The red star symbolizes the golden state constitution of California and the red stripe represents the bravery and loyalty of Californians. The flag is a symbol of the strength and unity of Californians.
The flag of the state of California in the country of United States of America (USA) is a white flag with a red star in the center. The star is surrounded by a red circle containing a bear motif. Surrounding the star are five red stars arranged in a semicircle. The background of the flag is dark blue. The bear represents the heraldic animal of California and the five stars symbolize the five Mexican territories that California once was. The red circle refers to the independence of California.