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Alderney, the third largest island of the Channel Islands has a flag of its own. The flag of Alderney has St. George's Cross in red with Alderney's coat of arms on the cross.
Alderney Flag

Flag of Alderney

Alderney is one of the Channel Islands and is a crown dependency of Britain. The flag is of white color with a red cross in the center; in the middle of the cross there is a golden lion in a circle of green. The ratio of width to its length is 1:2.

White in the Alderney flag signifies honesty and peace and the red color signifies strength and bravery.

The lion in the center of the flag comes across as aggressive, has a "Guernsey sprig" and its head is crowned. This lion signifies the arms of the Alderney Island's. A lion holding a sprig on a green background with golden border symbolizes the coat of arms.

Official Name: Alderney
Proportion: 1:2
Adopted on: December 20, 1993
Location of the country: Western Europe, islands in the English Channel, northwest of France
Capital City: St. Anne
Area: 3 square miles
Population: 2400
Currency: Pound sterling (GBP)
Official Languages: English, Legal French
National Anthem: God save the Queen

Last Updated Date: August 24th, 2017

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