The Georgia flag has the ratio 2:3. It was officially adopted on January 25, 2004. The colors are red and white. It is set on a white background with a red St. George’s cross in the middle. In each of the four quadrants, a bolnur-katskhuri cross is located. These were added during the rule of George V, who fought the Mongols.
The Georgia flag has a naval ensign, which is significantly different. The adoption of the banner was somewhat controversial because it has ties to a certain political party. It is said by some that the four crosses represent the wounds of Christ.
The nation is located between Eastern Europe and Western Asia. The Georgia flag is part of a country that was the second state to adopt the Christian religion. It is somewhat a presidential republic.
The capital city, which is also the largest city, is Tbilisi. The Georgia flag belongs to a country whose national anthem is “Freedom”. The national motto is “Strength is in Unity”.
Some interesting facts about Georgia:
religion: Orthodox Christians 83.8%, Islam 10.0%, Armenian-Gregorian 3.8%, Catholicism 0.9%, others 0.7%, no religion 0.8%
language: Georgian, Armenian, Russian, Azeri, and some others
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