Flag of Florida
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The flag of Florida consists of a white background with a red diagonal cross (St. Andrew's cross) on it. In the center of the diagonal cross is the seal of Florida, on it you can see a coast and a sky illuminated with sunlight. On the sparsely vegetated shore there is a native woman scattering flowers. On the water a ship can be seen. Florida is also known as the Sunshine State.
Its flag was adopted by popular vote in 1900, but the design has been in use since 1985. Florida got its name from the Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon. He named it Florida in honor of Pascua Florida, the Spanish festival of flowers.
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The flag of the state of Florida in the country of United States of America (USA) is a symbol of the history and the history of the state. It is a symbol of the unity of the state and the diversity of cultures that live there. The flag consists of a white background and a red cross with a golden star in the center.
The Florida state flag has been the official flag of the state since 1900. It consists of a white field with a red cross flanked by a white crescent and a white star. The crescent and star represent the state's coat of arms. The flag also symbolizes Florida's connection to Spain, the state's former colonial ruler. The red cross is a symbol of Spanish rule and the crescent and star represent Florida's independence.
The flag of the state of Florida in the country United States of America (USA) is a white square with a red cross. In the center of the cross is a white star with five points. Below the star is a red stripe. The upper part of the cross is blue and the lower part is golden. The star is the symbol of Florida's freedom and the colors blue, white and red symbolize the independence of the state. The golden stripe represents the Spanish heritage of Florida.