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Flag of Saint Barthélemy

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Flag of Saint Barthélemy

The coat of arms of Saint-Barthélemy is a shield divided into three horizontal stripes, three gold fleur-de-lises on blue, above a white Maltese cross on red, over three gold crowns on blue, and reads "Ouanalao". On a white background, it serves as the unofficial flag of Saint Barthélemy.


Saint Barthélemy
Flag of France
Saint Barthélemy is a self-governing overseas collectivity of France
Name Tricolore
Use National flag and civil and state ensign
Proportion 2:3
Adopted 15 February 1794
Unofficial flag of Saint Barthelemy
Use noflag

The flag of Saint Barthélemy is the French tricolor. This is because Saint Barthélemy is a self-governing overseas collectivity of France. An unofficial flag of Saint-Barthélemy consisting of the island's coat of arms centered on a white field is also used on the island.

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