Flag of Uri
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The flag of the Swiss canton of Uri is yellow and shows in the center a bull's head with a red tongue and a red ring through the nose.
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The flag of the federal state of Uri is one of the four historical cantonal flags of Switzerland. It is part of the Swiss national coat of arms and represents the four old cantons of Uri, Schwyz, Unterwalden and Glarus. The flag of the state of Uri is a black and white square with a red cross in the center. The colors of the flag symbolize the ancient bond between the four historical cantons.
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The flag of the state of Uri in Switzerland was introduced on January 1, 1815. It consists of a white cross on a red background, which is a symbol of the Christian faith of the canton. The colors of the flag, red and white, represent the Confederation, in which Uri was one of the first eight cantons to participate.
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The flag of the state of Uri in Switzerland is a white cross on a red background. The white cross is a symbol of the canton of Uri and can be seen on the flag of the canton since the 19th century. The red of the flag symbolizes the loyalty and courage of the inhabitants of the canton of Uri.