Flag of Valais / Valais
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The flag of the Swiss canton of Valais (Valais) is divided vertically into a left white half and a right red half.The flag shows a total of 13 pentagonal stars:four red stars on the left and four white stars on the right.In the center, five, pentagonal stars are shown vertically divided white-red.
Red and white are the colors of the Bishop of Sion.The 13 stars represent the 13 districts of Valais.
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The flag of Valais / Valais is one of the four official flags of Switzerland. It was introduced in 1815 and is a variation of the Swiss federal coat of arms. It shows a white cross shape on a red background. The Valais coat of arms is incorporated in the center of the cross. The flag is a symbol of the unity of the country and represents the loyalty of Valais / Valais to Switzerland. It is a symbol of pride and togetherness of the people of Valais.
The first flag of the federal state of Valais / Wallis was introduced in 1815. It contains a red cross on a white background, symbolizing the Christian faith. In 1831, the flag of the Federal State of Valais / Valais was replaced by a new flag, which has a red cross on a black and white striped background to symbolize the affiliation with Switzerland.
The flag of the state of Valais / Valais in the country of Switzerland is a horizontal tricolor in red, white and blue. The top half of the flag is red, the middle half is white and the bottom half is blue. In the middle of the flag is a white cross, which is on the red and blue half.