National Flag of Luxembourg

Country: Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Proportions: 3:5

Luxembourg Flag Description:
The flag of Luxembourg consists of three equal sized horizontal stripes - the top stripe is red; the middle one is white; and the bottom stripe is light blue.

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Luxembourg Flag Meaning:
The colors of the Luxembourg flag take their origin from the 13th century coat of arms of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Count Henry VI. The coat of arms featured a red lion on a field of striped white and blue lines. The coat of arms of Luxembourg dates back to medieval times.

Luxembourg Flag History:
The Luxembourg flag was adopted on June 23, 1972. The Luxembourg flag was influenced by the French flag. Luxembourg declared independence from Germany in 1835 and designed a horizontal flag in 1845.

Interesting Luxembourg Flag Facts:
The Luxembourg flag is similar to the flag of the Netherlands, which uses a darker shade of blue. The similarity, however, is just a coincidence, there's no historical connection.

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