Flag of Zealandia
|Name||National Flag of Zealandia|
|Adopted||June 18, 2010|
|Design||Dark blue Nordic Cross within a red Cross on a white background.|
The Flag of Zealandia is a dark blue Nordic Cross within a red Cross on a white background. The flag was adopted in February, 2012. Along with the Coat of Arms it makes up the primary symbolism of the nation.
The white represents the peaceful intentions of the Zealandian People. The red represents the Zealandian People themselves and their qualities such as: honour, courage, loyalty and a stead fast determination to do the right thing. The blue represents the sea which is very important culturally and spirituality to the Zealandian People and the sunken continent of Zealandia from which Zealandia derived her name from.
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Display and use
The flag is always flown around the clock in Denton regardless of Conditions. It is customarily flown on all major events and public holidays.
Zealandian civil flag
The Zealandian Civil Flag was adopted in June 2011 to make it easier for citizens to celebrate their nationality due to difficulties in obtaining the National Flag.
Presidential and government flags
The Presidential Flag was adopted in August 2012 as the flag to represent the Zealandian President.
The Zealandian Governmental Ensigns:
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Ensign of Royal Zealandia Constabulary
Regional, County, Cultural and former Provincial flags