The Croatia flag was adopted on December 21, 1990. It features the three Pan-Slavic colors, which are red, white, and blue. The flag consists of three horizontal bars. The proportion is 1:2.
The Croatia flag has used the red, white, and blue colors since 1848. In 1990, the communist star was removed from the flag (of the socialist republic of Yugoslavia, was Croatia was a part of), and it was replaced with the nations coat of arms.
The nation is located in Southeastern Europe. The Croatia flag is similar to several other flags of European nations. It is a member of the United Nations and NATO.
The largest city and capital in the country is Zagreb. The Croatian flag belongs to a country whose national anthem is “Our beautiful homeland”.
Some interesting facts about Croatia:
religion: Roman Catholicism 87.7%, Orthodox 4.4%, other Christians 0.4%, Muslim 1.4%, other/unspecified 0.9%, none 5.2%
language: Croatian 96.2%, Serbian 1%, other/undesignated 2.8% (including Italian, Hungarian, Czech, German, Slovak)
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