Flag of Glarus

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The flag of the Swiss canton Glarus is red and shows in the center a black monk, St. Fridolin.He is depicted with a golden nimbus (halo), a golden book and a yellow stick.

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This is what an AI says about the Glarus flag
The flag of the state of Glarus is a symbol of the history and identity of the canton. It was officially introduced in 1833 and consists of a white cross on a red background. The white cross stands for the Catholic Church, which plays an important role in the canton of Glarus. The colors red and white also symbolize the political independence of the canton. The flag of the Canton of Glarus is a sign of togetherness and patriotism of its inhabitants.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Glarus flag
The flag of the canton of Glarus in Switzerland was first officially introduced in 1945. It shows the coat of arms of the Canton of Glarus in a white field. Since the year 1980, the flag of the Canton of Glarus has an official description that specifies the design and colors of the flag. The flag is a white field with the red coat of arms of the Canton of Glarus on it.
This is how an AI describes the Glarus flag
The flag of the Canton of Glarus in Switzerland is a vertical bicolor banner. It consists of two horizontal stripes of the same size: The upper stripe is red and the lower stripe is white. In the center of the flag is a black cross, which can be seen on the entire surface of the banner. The cross is surrounded with a white edge that forms a small square in the center.

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