Flag of Kentucky
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The flag of Kentucky consists of a dark blue background on which the seal of Kentucky is depicted in the center. The seal shows two men greeting each other with a handshake. They are supposed to stand for all statesmen and explorers. The two are surrounded by the state motto, which means 'United we stand, divided we fall'. The translation means 'United we are strong, divided we fall'. Surrounding the seal in the lower area are the branches of goldenrod, the state flower of Kentucky. In the upper area are the words 'Commonwealth of Kentucky'.
The flag was designed by Jesse Cox art teacher from Kentucky. Adopted on March 26, 1918. The name of Kentucky has its origin from an Iroquoian word 'Ken-tah-ten', this means land of tomorrow.
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The flag of the state of Kentucky in the country of United States of America (USA) is a symbol of the state and its citizens. It is one of the oldest US flags and was adopted in 1792. The flag is a blue field with the state seal in the center, representing a herd of buffalo and a palisade.
The flag of the state of Kentucky was introduced in 1918. It consists of the official state coat of arms, which is depicted on a white field. The flag is also called "The Bluegrass State" because it represents the colors of the state of Kentucky. The flag was redesigned in 1962 and got its current look.
The flag of the state of Kentucky in the country of United States of America (USA) is a blue flag with a white cross extending over the entire flag. In the center of the cross is a golden lion holding a shield bearing a coat of arms with the colors red and white. The upper part of the cross is white and the lower part is blue. At the bottom of the flag is white lettering that reads "Commonwealth of Kentucky".