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Bouvet Island Flag

Bouvet Island uses the official flag of Norway as its national flag. The island is an unhabited colony of Norway.
Bouvet Island Flag

Flag of Bouvet Island

Designed by Fredrik Meltzer, a Norwegian businessman, the ensign of the Bouvet Island has a red background with a dark-blue Scandinavian cross with white borders.

The upright portion of the cross is similar in pattern to the flag of Denmark. The three colors-red, white, and blue-symbolize freedom. The Scandinavian cross in the center of the flag is a symbol of Christianity.

Official Name: Bouvet Island
Proportion: 16:22
Adopted on: February 27, 1930
Designed by: Fredrik Meltzer
Location: South Atlantic Ocean
Area: 19 square miles
Population: Uninhabited

Last Updated On : August 25th, 2017

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