Flag of Saxony-Anhalt
The Saxony-Anhalt flag consists of two horizontal stripes: gold and black. In the center it shows a coat of arms, which in the lower part shows a black bear on a red castle wall. In the upper part, the coat of arms shows the wreath of a crown on a yellow-black background and a black eagle on a white background in the upper right corner.
The gold and yellow of the Saxony-Anhalt flag is derived from the medieval coat of arms of Saxony.
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The flag of the state of Saxony-Anhalt in the country of Germany is a symbol of the regional units and belonging to Germany. It represents the culture and history of the state and is a sign of solidarity. The flag is used on official occasions to symbolize the unity of the state.
The flag of the state of Saxony-Anhalt in Germany was officially introduced on April 30, 1991. It consists of a black-red-gold stripe based on the colors of the German national flag. The flag is a combination of the colors of Saxony-Anhalt and the former German Empire. It symbolizes the unity of the state and its connection to the German state.
The flag of the state of Saxony-Anhalt in the country of Germany consists of a black-red-gold triangle. The upper, black field represents the history of the country, while the lower, golden field stands for freedom and democracy. The middle, red field symbolizes the cohesion and unity of the state.