Flag of Upper Austria (service flag)
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The flag of Upper Austria has two horizontal stripes, white and red, and a coat of arms in the middle with a royal crown on it.On the left side of the coat of arms is a yellow eagle on a black background and on the left side four red-white longitudinal stripes. The crown is red and white with a cross at the top.
The flag was used already in the 19th century. The colors of the longitudinal stripes are taken from the coat of arms. Today's coat of arms of Upper Austria corresponds to the coat of arms of the old crown land. The crown of an archduke is depicted on it.
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The flag of the province of Upper Austria in Austria is a service flag. It is used by the state government to symbolize the authority of the country. It is a symbol of the citizens' loyalty to the state and its government. The flag is also used as a symbol of the unity and solidarity of the people of Upper Austria.
The official flag of the province of Upper Austria was introduced in 1788 and consists of a black and gold coat of arms on a white background. The coat of arms shows the oldest coat of arms of Upper Austria, representing the lion of the Duchy of Bavaria and the three silver lozenges of the Duchy of Austria. Since 1950, the flag is officially recognized as a state flag.
The flag of the province of Upper Austria is a service flag in Austria. It consists of a white field on which there is a red cross with a golden circle in the center. The circle is divided into four parts separated by a black cross. The circle represents the four districts of Upper Austria. The cross symbolizes the Christian faith, which has a strong influence on the culture of the province.