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The flag of the Swiss canton Thurgau is divided diagonally from top left to bottom right. The upper part is white, the lower part is green. Each part shows a golden lion rising to the upper left.
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The flag of the federal state of Thurgau in Switzerland was officially introduced on January 1, 2009. It is a combination of the blue cross of the Swiss federal coat of arms and the red cross of the Thurgau coat of arms. The flag symbolizes Thurgau's affiliation with Switzerland and its long history. It is a symbol of the strong identity of the federal state.
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The flag of the state of Thurgau in Switzerland consists of a white cross on a red background. Since the 19th century, the cross has been the official flag of the Canton of Thurgau. Since the year 1814 the cross is used on the flag of the Canton of Thurgau and represents the political and cultural unity of the canton. Since the year 1848, the flag of the Canton of Thurgau is also recognized as the official symbol of the country.
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The flag of the Swiss state of Thurgau consists of two horizontal stripes in the colors red and white. The upper stripe is red and the lower stripe is white. In the middle of the flag there is a black cross with a white edge. The upper part of the cross is slightly longer than the lower part to create an asymmetrical look. The cross is in the ratio 2:3 to the flag.