Flag of Lucerne
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The flag of the Swiss Canton of Lucerne is horizontally divided in the colors white (top) and blue (bottom).
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The flag of the Canton of Lucerne is one of the four national flags of Switzerland. It was recognized as the official flag of the Canton of Lucerne by the Swiss Tagsatzung in 1832. It is one of the few flags that are not based on a heraldic coat of arms, but on a historical symbol. It shows an upright white chain of scales arranged on a red background.
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The flag of the Canton of Lucerne was officially introduced in 1815. It is a combination of the banner of the High Court of Lucerne and the banner of the old city regiment. The flag is cut in a square with a white cross on a red background. The white cross is the symbol of the federal state of Lucerne and represents the political independence and unity of the cantons. The four ends of the cross symbolize the four traditional landscapes of the Canton of Lucerne.
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The flag of the state of Lucerne in Switzerland consists of a white background with a red cross in the center. The cross is rounded at the ends and has a diameter of 3/5 of the width of the flag field. In each of the four corners of the cross are four smaller white crosses. The flag symbolizes the solidarity of the Canton of Lucerne with the Swiss Confederation. It has been used since the 19th century and is a symbol of the solidarity and unity of the canton.