Flag of Colorado
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The flag of Colorado is white, blue, white cross-striped. The blue stands for the sky and the white is supposed to remind of the snow-covered Rocky Mountains. In the center is a red 'C' which stands for the state of Colorado, while red is meant to symbolize the earth. The red 'C' includes a golden disk, it is meant to remind of the Spanish heritage of the region and the mineral resources of the state.
Colorado's flag was adopted on March 31, 1964, but dates back to 1911. Its name originates from Spanish, for the word 'colored red'.
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The flag of the state of Colorado in the country of United States of America (USA) consists of three horizontal stripes in red, white and blue. The blue stripe is the top stripe and contains a large white "C" which stands for Colorado. The white stripe in the middle contains four red stars, which stand for the four Spanish words "Unidos por la Justicia" (United by Justice). The red stripe at the bottom contains two golden sun rays that stand for the mountains in Colorado.
The flag of the state of Colorado in the country United States of America (USA) was introduced on March 1, 1911. It consists of a blue field with the red Roman numeral "C" for Colorado and a gold star cross. The flag was designed by Andrew Carlisle Johnson, a former governor of the state of Colorado.
The flag of the state of Colorado in the country of United States of America is blue and white. It features a red "C" on the left side, which stands for Colorado, and a gold sun wheel on the right side. In the center is a red "X" representing Union support during the American Civil War. The sun wheel is a symbol of the many hours of sunshine Colorado has each year.