Flag of Hainaut

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This is what an AI says about the Hainaut flag
The flag of Hainaut is a symbol of the history and culture of the country. It was adopted in 1831 as one of the first flags of the Kingdom of Belgium. The flag of Hainaut consists of a white cross on a red background, which represents a long tradition of regional flags in the country of Belgium.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Hainaut flag
The flag of the state of Hainaut in Belgium was first used in 1815 and is based on the coat of arms of the country. It consists of a golden lion on a red background, standing on a white bar. The lion represents the old county of Hainaut, while the bar symbolizes the old county of Brabant. Since then, the flag has been changed only slightly.
This is how an AI describes the Hainaut flag
The flag of the Belgian state of Hainaut is red, white and blue. In the center of the flag there is a white five-pointed star surrounded by a red circle. The background of the flag is divided into two halves: The upper half is blue and the lower half is white. The star symbolizes the five provinces of Hainaut.

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