Flag of Sardinia
The so-called flag of the Four Moors (Italian: Quattro Mori) is the historical and official flag of Sardinia and the Sardinians.
The flag exists in this form with the four Moorish heads since 1281. The last change was in 2000.
The flag consists of St. George's cross and four decapitated Moorish heads wearing a white headband (bandana) in each quarter. Its origins are basically a mystery, but it is believed to have come from Aragon to symbolize the defeat of the Saracen invaders in the Battle of Alcoraz (1094).
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The flag of the Italian state of Sardinia consists of a white cross on a red background. The white cross includes four red circles, each representing a symbol. These symbols are a white lion, a black sheep, a red cross and a golden eye. These symbols represent the four historical provinces of Sardinia.
The flag of Sardinia was used for the first time in 1297, when the king of Aragon, James II, conquered the island. Since then, the flag has been a symbol of Sardinia's autonomy. The flag consists of a white cross on a blue background and was officially recognized as the flag of the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1718.
The flag of the Italian state of Sardinia consists of a white square in the center surrounded by a red circle. The red circle is crossed by four white rays radiating from a golden star in the center. The golden star symbolizes the autonomous region of Sardinia and is a symbol of freedom and independence. The colors red, white and gold have their origin in the colors of the Kingdom of Savoy, which once ruled the island of Sardinia.