Flag of Schleswig-Holstein
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The Schleswig-Holstein flag consists of three horizontal stripes of the colors blue, white and red. In the center it shows a coat of arms, which shows on the left two blue lions on a yellow background right a white polygon on a red background.
The colors of the Schleswig-Holstein flag are derived from the old duchies of Schleswig (blue-yellow) and Holstein (white-red).Exactly, the coat of arms shows the old symbols for Schleswig (the two blue lions on a yellow background) and for Holstein (the white polygon on a red background).
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The flag of Schleswig-Holstein is the official flag of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It was introduced on April 23, 1958 and is a combination of two different flags. The upper flag is the coat of arms of Schleswig-Holstein, while the lower flag represents the colors of the state. The flag is also called the "Schleswig-Holstein flag".
The flag of the state of Schleswig-Holstein is a symbol of the unity of the state. It was introduced in 1843 and consists of a white cross on a red background. The colors red and white are the traditional colors of the state and stand for the togetherness of the people in Schleswig-Holstein. The white cross on a red background is an allusion to the state's coat of arms, which consists of a black cross on a white background.
The flag of the state of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany consists of a white field crossed by a narrow red stripe. The upper part of the white field is crossed by a black bar bearing a black Schleswig-Holstein coat of arms. The lower part of the white field is framed by a golden stripe. The golden stripe contains a blue six-pointed star symbol. The flag is a symbol of the proud state of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany. It is often hoisted on official occasions and celebrations.