Flag of Virginia
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The flag of Virginia consists of a dark blue background on which the state seal is depicted. The color blue represents the Union. The seal shows 'Virtus' as the ancient personification of valor. She stands as a victor with her left foot on the tyrant.
In her left hand she holds a sword; with her right hand she leans on a spear.
The tyrant has a whip in his right hand and a broken chain in his left. In the right half lies a fallen crown, representing the detachment from the monarchy. Above them, in red letters, is the name Virginia and below that the Latin motto 'Sic semper tyrannis' ('So shall it ever be to tyrants!'). The seal is surrounded by red flowers.
The flag was officially adopted on March 9, 1904. Virginia got its name in 1584 in honor of Queen Elizabeth of England, who was also nicknamed 'Virgin Queen'.
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The flag of the state of Virginia in the country of United States of America (USA) is called "Seal in the Flag". It was adopted as the official flag of the state of Virginia in 1861. The flag consists of a white field bearing the state seal, which consists of blue and black lines and a white circle representing a shield and a sword.
The flag of the state of Virginia in the country of United States of America was adopted as the state flag on January 30, 1861. It consists of a blue field with a white cross shape surrounded by a red circle. The flag symbolizes the separation of Virginia and the United States and was used as a battle flag in April 1861. It was officially adopted as the state flag in 1861 and used as the battle flag in 1862.
The flag of the state of Virginia in the country of United States of America (USA) consists of a white background with a blue X-shaped union. In the center of the Union is a white shield bearing a blue Virginia crow and a blue cross. Above this is a black band with the motto "Sic Semper Tyrannis" (Latin for "So always the tyrant"). The flag is flanked by a blue stripe and a white stripe, each making up a quarter of the flag. The blue stripe is at the top and the white stripe is at the bottom.