The National flag of Serbia and Montenegro is comprised with horizontal bands of colors of equal size. The upper side band is red; the color of the middle is white whereas the underside strip is blue.
These colors of Blue, white and red are associated with conventional Slavic color schemes, and jointly they are mentioned as the Pan- Slavonic shades.These colors were initially acquired by Slavonic states in the mid of 19th century which were inspired by the flag of Independent Russia.
|Official Name:||Drzavna Zajednica Srbija I crna Gora|
|Location:||is bounded in the north by Hungary northeast by Romania east by Bulgaria South by the Adriatic Sea.|
|Area:||102, 350 Sq. km.|
|National Anthem:||“Boze pravde” (God of Justice)|
|National symbol(s):||double-headed eagle|
|National colors:||red, blue, white|
|Name:||“Boze pravde” (God of Justice)|
|Lyrics/Music:||Jovan DORDEVIC/Davorin JENKO|
Fact about Serbia flag
|Adopted||2004 (original version), 2010 (latest version used)|
|Design and Colors||A horizontal tricolour of red, blue, and white; charged with the lesser Coat of arms left of centre|