Greece Table Flag - 3.95 x 5.9 inch

€4.95
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Delivery time 1 - 5 workdays
SKU: 3166

Greece Table Flag - 3.95 x 5.9 inch - Details

Our Greece desk flags are made from tearproof polyester. The stand and the pole are made from black plastic. The pole is 10 inch long, reaching a total height of 12 inch with the stand added. The flag itself measures 3.95 x 5.9 inch x 15 cm.
Our Greece desk flags can be used as a beautiful decoration for various occasions and as an individual mark on every desk.

Our Greece desk flags are made from tearproof polyester. The stand and the pole are made from black plastic. The pole is 25 cm long, reaching a total height of 30 cm with the stand added. The flag itself measures 10 x 15 cm.
Our Greece desk flags can be used as a beautiful decoration for various occasions and as an individual mark on every desk.

Further details of the desk flag:

Size: 3.95 x 5.9 inch (flag), 12 inch (total height).
Resistant to UV, wind and weather,
screen print with great colour brilliancy and excellent impregnation.
Shipment includes the Greece flag, pole and stand, which are easy to assemble.

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Flag Greece - Flagdescription

The origins of the Greek flag date back to the 19th century. For years today’s version competed with a whole blue Greek flag with a white cross. Only on the 22nd December, 1978 the dispute was settled and the flag in its today’s version became official.

The flag of Greece shows nine horizontal blue and white stripes which may trace back to the Greek nine-syllabic slogan of the liberation war: “Freedom or death”. Another theory states, that the nine stripes relate to the word “freedom”, which consists of nine letters in the Greek language.

In the upper left corner a white cross on a blue background is visible which shall represent the Greek Christian tradition. The colours blue and white date back to the Byzantine Empire, but throughout the years blue was never used consistently in the Greek flag but always in different shapes.