Belgrade (Serbia)

Product code: HAM
Belgrade (Serbia)
Our Specialist Collectors Flag Has A Double Stitched
Hem Around Three Sides, And Four Rows Of Stitching At
The Fly.  Cotton Canvas Header At The Hoist, The 
Digitally Printed Flags Are Made Of High Strength
200 Denier Polyester Fiber.  The Digitally Printed 
Flags Have Both Loops And Eyelets For Easy 
Adaptability To Your Individual Needs.  

This Flag Came Into Use In :  1931.  

Description :  
The Flag Of Belgrade Consists Of The Serbian National Colours.  Blue -  Represents Hope And Faith In A Better Future.  Red -  Represents The Suffering Of The Serbian People In A Struggle For Freedom.  The Two Wavy White Lines -  Represent The Rivers Sava And Danube, Which Are Symbols Of The Strength Of Belgrade.  The Name Belgrade In Serbian Is Beograd Which Means White City Which Is Why The Castle On The Flag Is White.  The White Walls -  Represent A Merchant City While The White Towers And Open Doors -  Represent An Open Market.  The Ship Is A Roman Trireme Which Represents The Antiquity Of The City.  The Flag Is A Banner Of The Arms Of Belgrade.  
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Code HAM
Weight 0.36kg