The upper strip of Slovakia Flag is of red color; the middle one is blue while the underside band is tinged with red. In the direction of the left side of the Slovakian National flag is the state’s coat of arms, which is outlined in white.
The coat of arms signifies Slovakia’s previous connection with Hungary and it undoubtedly an adapted edition of the Hungarian coat of arms. The cross of the arms symbolizes traditional Christianity while the mountains represent the Mountains as Tatra, Fatra and Matra.
Blue, white and red are conventional Slavonic shades and jointly they frame the pan- Slavonic shades and denote Slavonic harmony and independence.
|Official Name:||Slovenska republika|
|Area:||48, 845 Sq. km|
|National Flag:||3 horizontally stripes of white blue and red with the arms over all three tenth of the distance from the hoist.|
|National Anthem:||Nad tatrou Sa Blyska Strorm Above the Tatras (1993)|
|National symbol(s):||double-barred cross (Cross of St. Cyril and St. Methodius) surmounting three peaks|
|National colors:||white, blue, red|
|Name:||“Nad Tatrou sa blyska” (Lightning Over the Tatras)|
Fact about Slovakia flag
|Country||Slovakia (Slovak Republic)|
|Adopted||3. September 1992|
|Design and Colors||A horizontal tricolour of white, blue and red; charged with a shield containing a white cross is placed to left of centre|