Latvian flag vs Austrian flag

Latvian flag vs Austrian flag

The Latvian and the Austrian flags are among the oldest flags in the world. At the same time, their designs look very similar, to the point that, for some, they are indistinguishable. But what lies beneath those similar patterns?

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Romania Flag VS Chad Flag

Romanian flag vs Chad flag

Even for a seasoned vexillologist, the flags of Romania (a country in Central / Southeastern Europe) and Chad (a landlocked country in Central Africa) can prove to be a particularly irksome pair to distinguish. So, let’s examine these extremely similar flags and delve into their subtle differences while also bringing to light some really intriguing facts which contributed to their practically identical looks.

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indonesia flag vs monaco flag

Indonesia flag vs Monaco flag

Going through the list of countries with extremely similar flag colors and configurations, one can come across a seemingly bizarre duo: the flags of Indonesia, the largest country in Southeast Asia, with more than 270 million people as well as 6,000 inhabited islands, and Monaco, a small sovereign city state located on the French Riviera in Europe. Anyway, let’s dig into the flags’ similarities, the differences as well as their historical background.

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Jordan Flag vs Palestine Flag

Jordan flag vs Palestine flag

The flags of Jordan and Palestine have been a source of confusion for many flag aficionados, let alone the mere observer. But why do those flags look alike, what do they stand for and how can someone distinguish them?

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Australian Flag Vs New Zealand Flag (1)

Australian flag vs New Zealand’s flag

Being in close proximity, the nations of Australia and New Zealand also seem to be using identical flags: both banners have the British Union Jack and the Southern Cross constellation displayed in the canton and on the hoist side respectively. Yet, closer inspection does reveal significant differences. Let’s have a more thorough look at them.

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Middle Eastern Countries Flags

Middle Eastern Countries’ Flags

A vast region with an interesting mosaic of nations, ethnic groups and religions, the Middle East is, unsurprisingly, home to many countries with a broad array of unique flag designs, symbols and colors. Before looking over those flags individually, let’s have a look at their recurring themes in order to gain a better understanding of what those banners represent.

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Germany Flag Vs Belgium Flag

Germany flag vs Belgium flag

To the unaided eye, the flags of Belgium and Germany are similar, at times leading to confusion – even for those at the higher levels of the government (check out the fun facts section below)! So, why do those flags look alike, what do they represent and how can you tell them apart?

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How to Hang a Flag on the Wall

How to Hang a Flag on the Wall

Hanging a flag from a wall is not an unusual sight. Still, not everyone gets it right, as it can sometimes turn out to be a slightly more challenging task than it initially appears.

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Latvian flag vs Austrian flag

Latvian flag vs Austrian flag

The Latvian and the Austrian flags are among the oldest flags in the world. At the same time, their designs look very similar, to the point that, for some, they are indistinguishable. But what lies beneath those similar patterns?

Read More
Romania Flag VS Chad Flag

Romanian flag vs Chad flag

Even for a seasoned vexillologist, the flags of Romania (a country in Central / Southeastern Europe) and Chad (a landlocked country in Central Africa) can prove to be a particularly irksome pair to distinguish. So, let’s examine these extremely similar flags and delve into their subtle differences while also bringing to light some really intriguing facts which contributed to their practically identical looks.

Read More
indonesia flag vs monaco flag

Indonesia flag vs Monaco flag

Going through the list of countries with extremely similar flag colors and configurations, one can come across a seemingly bizarre duo: the flags of Indonesia, the largest country in Southeast Asia, with more than 270 million people as well as 6,000 inhabited islands, and Monaco, a small sovereign city state located on the French Riviera in Europe. Anyway, let’s dig into the flags’ similarities, the differences as well as their historical background.

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Jordan Flag vs Palestine Flag

Jordan flag vs Palestine flag

The flags of Jordan and Palestine have been a source of confusion for many flag aficionados, let alone the mere observer. But why do those flags look alike, what do they stand for and how can someone distinguish them?

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Australian Flag Vs New Zealand Flag (1)

Australian flag vs New Zealand’s flag

Being in close proximity, the nations of Australia and New Zealand also seem to be using identical flags: both banners have the British Union Jack and the Southern Cross constellation displayed in the canton and on the hoist side respectively. Yet, closer inspection does reveal significant differences. Let’s have a more thorough look at them.

Read More
Middle Eastern Countries Flags

Middle Eastern Countries’ Flags

A vast region with an interesting mosaic of nations, ethnic groups and religions, the Middle East is, unsurprisingly, home to many countries with a broad array of unique flag designs, symbols and colors. Before looking over those flags individually, let’s have a look at their recurring themes in order to gain a better understanding of what those banners represent.

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Germany Flag Vs Belgium Flag

Germany flag vs Belgium flag

To the unaided eye, the flags of Belgium and Germany are similar, at times leading to confusion – even for those at the higher levels of the government (check out the fun facts section below)! So, why do those flags look alike, what do they represent and how can you tell them apart?

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How to Hang a Flag on the Wall

How to Hang a Flag on the Wall

Hanging a flag from a wall is not an unusual sight. Still, not everyone gets it right, as it can sometimes turn out to be a slightly more challenging task than it initially appears.

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