Flag of Salzburg (province)
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The flag of Salzburg has two horizontal stripes: red above and white below.
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This is what an AI says about the Salzburg (province) flag
The flag of the federal state of Salzburg is a symbol of the state and represents its identity. It consists of a white cross on a red background, which refers to St. Rupert, the patron saint of the state. The flag is also called the Salzburg state flag and has been officially recognized as the flag of the state of Salzburg since 1972.
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The flag of the province of Salzburg was introduced in 1945 and is a symbol of the autonomy of the province. It consists of a white background with a black cross and a red heart in the middle. The black cross is a symbol of the former rule of the Archbishopric of Salzburg and the red heart stands for the love of the Salzburgers for their homeland.
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The flag of the province of Salzburg in Austria is a red square with a white cross in the center. The cross has four evenly long arms that touch at the corners of the square. In each of the four squares of the cross there is a small black arrow symbol. The flag symbolizes Salzburg's historical relations with the Habsburgs. It commemorates the former rule of the House of Habsburg in Salzburg. It is also the symbol of Salzburg's provincial government.