Flag of Berin
|Adopted||April 19, 2012|
|Design||Red background facing an inverted pentagram of white with gold borders|
|Designed by||Richard Garrshire|
The Flag of Berin, referred as the Imperial Banner of the Great Berin (Spanish: Estandarte Imperial del Gran Berin) is the national flag used to represent the nation of Berin in its right of self-determination. It is a 4:3 red flag with an inverted pentagram in the centre, yet slightly inclined to the top of the flag. The pentagram is bordered by a golden line.
The red background represents courage and strength, history and ethnicity. The proportions of the flag, its unusual shape, represen, a white star in the centre of the flag, represents power, unity, magic, mistery, the unknown. Its white colour represents purity and peace, and it makes a fair contrast between the red background and the star. The golden border of the pentagram that divide its parts represent a rich nation.
Other flags include the Imperial Standard, a modified version of the national flag with a stylized white wavy line and the cypher of the reigning monarch in the centre of the star.