Flag of Schaffhausen
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The flag of the Swiss canton of Schaffhausen is yellow and shows in the center a black buck with golden horns, golden hooves, a golden crown and a red tongue.
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The flag of the canton of Schaffhausen in Switzerland is a black-white-red tricolor flag. It is the official symbol of the canton of Schaffhausen and is hoisted on state buildings and public institutions. The flag is a modification of the flag of the former Principality of Schaffhausen, which was used in the 19th century.
The flag of the federal state of Schaffhausen was first used in 1832. It consists of a white cross on a red background. The cross is a symbol of the Christian identity of the federal state. The colors red and white are also the colors of the flag of Switzerland. The flag is used nowadays as a symbol of regionalism and patriotism. It is a symbol of the unique identity of the federal state of Schaffhausen.
The flag of the state of Schaffhausen in Switzerland is a red cross on a white background. The red cross is the symbol of the Christian tradition and stands for the solidarity and cohesion of the citizens. It is also seen as a symbol of protection and support for the people of Schaffhausen. The white background represents the purity and innocence of the citizens of the state.