Vatican City - Flag of the smallest country in the world by both land area and population.

Vatican City - Flag of the smallest country in the world by both land area and population.

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VATICAN CITY  Google Image Result for http://www.mapsofworld.com/images/world-countries-flags/vatican-city-flag.gif

VATICAN CITY Google Image Result for http://www.mapsofworld.com/images/world-countries-flags/vatican-city-flag.gif

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Vatican City ~ FlagThe Vatican City flag was adopted on June 7, 1929.           The colors of gold and silvery-white are the colors of the keys of St. Peter's (the keys to heaven). The emblem centered on the white panel features those keys supporting the papal crown. The keys are tied together by a reddish rope. The flag, like that of Switzerland, is perfectly square.

Vatican City ~ FlagThe Vatican City flag was adopted on June 7, 1929. The colors of gold and silvery-white are the colors of the keys of St. Peter's (the keys to heaven). The emblem centered on the white panel features those keys supporting the papal crown. The keys are tied together by a reddish rope. The flag, like that of Switzerland, is perfectly square.

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Québec City flag. Flag  “A golden vessel with billowing sails on an azure background with a crenellated silver border.” Like its coat of arms, Québec City’s flag bears a golden vessel.  The crenellated edge recalls Québec City’s status as a fortified city like Brouage in Saintonge, France, the birthplace of the city’s founder.

Québec City flag. Flag “A golden vessel with billowing sails on an azure background with a crenellated silver border.” Like its coat of arms, Québec City’s flag bears a golden vessel. The crenellated edge recalls Québec City’s status as a fortified city like Brouage in Saintonge, France, the birthplace of the city’s founder.

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hot women of vatican city holy see | Holy See flag of Vatican And dome city

hot women of vatican city holy see | Holy See flag of Vatican And dome city

Every year on 20 January the people of the city of San Sebastián celebrate a festival known as the “Tamborrada”. At midnight, in the Konstituzio Plaza, the mayor raises the flag of San Sebastián. For 24 hours, day and night, the entire city is awash with the sound of drums. The adults, dressed as cooks and soldiers, march in different companies across various parts of the city with different schedules. The celebration finishes at midnight when the city flag is lowered at different spots…

Every year on 20 January the people of the city of San Sebastián celebrate a festival known as the “Tamborrada”. At midnight, in the Konstituzio Plaza, the mayor raises the flag of San Sebastián. For 24 hours, day and night, the entire city is awash with the sound of drums. The adults, dressed as cooks and soldiers, march in different companies across various parts of the city with different schedules. The celebration finishes at midnight when the city flag is lowered at different spots…

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Roman Mars: Why city flags may be the worst-designed thing you've never noticed | Talk Video | TED.com

Roman Mars: Why city flags may be the worst-designed thing you've never noticed | Talk Video | TED.com

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