Flag of Styria (service flag)
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The flag of Styria shows two horizontal stripes, white and green. In the center is a coat of arms, which is green backed and shows a silver panther. Above the coat of arms is a royal red and white crown with a cross.
The colors green and white are derived from the coat of arms. The green shield with a silver panther dates back to the 13th century. On it there is a crown and a prince's hat. From the 19th century until 1960 the flag was used with reversed color sequence.
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The flag of the province of Styria in the country of Austria is a service flag used as the official symbol of Styria. It consists of a white field covered with a red cross. On top of the cross is a black shield with a golden lion representing the Styrian coat of arms. The flag is a symbol of the solidarity of Styria with the country of Austria and represents the unity and cohesion of the Styrian people.
The flag of the province of Styria has been in use since 1836. It consists of a dark blue field with a white cross surrounded by four golden stars. The white cross is a symbol of the Christian tradition of Styria. The four golden stars symbolize the four districts of the province of Styria. The flag is still used today as a service flag in the country of Austria.
The flag of the province of Styria in the country of Austria is a service flag. It consists of two vertical stripes of equal size in the colors red and white. In the center is the Styrian coat of arms, which consists of a golden shield with a red panther and a silver tower.
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