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Jersey Flag


Jersey has its official flag which was adopted on 12 th June in the year 1979. This national flag of Jersey has been in use since 1st of April 1981.

Jersey Flag

Flag of Jersey



The flag has a white background over which there is a red cross.The edges of this red cross touches the four corner making four triangles. On the triangle of the top position, there is a red shield which has a yellow crown and three tigers of England.
The ratio of the flag 's width to its length is 3:5. There are lots of opinions regarding the origin of the Jersey Flag.

Official Name: Bailiwick of Jersey

Capital: Saint Helier

Location: It is the largest and southernmost of the Channel Islands, 19 km west of the Cotentin peninsula of France

Area: 118 sq. km.

Official Languages: English

National Flag: The flag has a white background over which there is a red cross. On the triangle of the top position, there is a red shield which has a yellow crown and three tigers of England.

Flag Ratio: 3:5

National Anthem: God Save the Queen




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