The Guernsey flag in its current form was adopted in 1985. The Guernsey flag consists of a white background, with a red St. George’s cross, and a yellow cross inside of that. There were three previous versions before this. The latest Guernsey flag was adopted to avoid confusion with England at sporting events.
The Guernsey flag has a yellow cross, which represents the Duke William of Normandy. It is claimed that he carried a flag into the battle of Hastings that had a yellow cross on it. The banner was a supposedly given to him by Pope Alexander II.
The country is officially known as the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The Guernsey flag belongs to the state, which is a British Crown dependency. The state is located off the coast of Normandy in the English Channel.
The largest city in the nation is St. Peter Port. The Guernsey flag belongs to a country whose national motto or slogan is “God Save The Queen”.
Some interesting facts about Guernsey:
religions: Protestant, Catholic, Other
languages: English, French
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