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Hungary Flags

The flag of Hungary features a tricolor design with horizontal striped of equal size. Our Hungary flags can be used in both indoor and outdoor settings. We also offer a miniature flag ideal for handheld and table top displays. The outdoor flags are designed for all-weather use while the indoor flags come fitted with a gold fringe ideal in official displays. Read the description below or click on an image to learn more.

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The national Hungary flag features a tricolor design with horizontal stripes that stretch the width of the flag. The stripes are colored red, white and green from the top down. The tricolor design of the Hungarian national flag is said to be based on the French tricolor. The adoption of this design serves as the Hungarian people’s belief in the values of revolution and echo the sentiment which made the French Revolution a success. Red, white and green have been linked with Hungarian history dating back to the 9th century. The red stripe symbolizes strength and power, white is a sign of faithfulness and green is symbolic of the undying hope for future development. This flag design was formally accepted as the national flag of Hungary in 1957.

The national flag of Hungary is available in three types for use in outdoor and indoor settings. The outdoor flag are made of nylon and can be used in all-weather displays for extended periods. These flags come with a header and grommets which can be utilized to fly this flag on any of our commercial poles and home flagpoles. The indoor Hungary flags come with a gold fringe and pole sleeve to be used with our parade and indoor flagpoles. The mini flag measure 4”x6” and ideal for use with our mini flag bases.

See all of our world flags and our collection of US flags. We offer a wide range of parade and indoor pole accessories as well as outdoor flagpole parts. For more details about our products contact us on (800)628-3524.

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