Colonial flags of an Aragon that's part of the Crown of Hispany

Mauretania
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Veragua
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Orinoco
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Flag of the Republic of Prussia, former SSR of the Soviet Union, released alongside the other Baltic states as well as Georgia and Armenia in 1991 with the Soviet Reformation.

This entry is set in my as-of-yet-unnamed science fantasy setting. You can find more in my test thread (linked in my signature).
 
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Head of Government flag (1925-1994)

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Presidential flag (1994-2002)

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Presidential flag (2002-present)

Presidential flag of the Kingdom of Italy for my post-fascist Italy timeline. During the transitional period of 1994-1996, the position of Duce was abolished and replaced with the office of the President, a position directly elected by the people. The state emblem, representing the civilian government, was also abolished (as it was just a fasces) but its replacement remained undecided as parliament was united on democratic reforms, but split on what symbols represented the state.

When the national conservative Alliance of Italy party won the vote in 2002, they created the modern state emblem - olive branches to represent peace and democracy (to please Democrats), a banner reading "Kingdom of Italy" (to please Monarchists), and a simplified fasces in the centre (to please neo-fascists/conservatives). The argument was made that the fasces was not exclusively a fascist symbol, but a symbol of executive power. It was also used in France, which was Italy's role model during the transition period.
 
Flags of every european country in my timeline where the war of the Spanish Succession went a little better for the French.

The flags of Europe's nations as of 2024​
One fun fact about every European country:
Iceland: Iceland's parliament, the "Althing" is one of the oldest in the world, dating back all the way to 930 AD!
Faroe Islands: Though the shape of its flag suggests ties to Scandinavia, the Faroe Islands were never controlled by Scandinavia, they were a British territory until 1969.
Scandinavia: Before 1836, Scandinavia was 3 separate countries! These countries were Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.
Britain: Britain used to have a monarchy, but they got rid of it in 1965.
Ireland: Ireland won its independence from Britain in 1966, after centuries of British rule.
Netherlands: The Dutch Republic is one of the oldest in the world, it was founded in 1795!
Belgium: Belgium has 3 official languages, Dutch, French, and German!
France: France is the most populated country that is entirely in Europe, with a population of almost 125 million people.
Andorra: Andorra is one of Europe's smallest countries, it is only 180 square miles big.
Spain: Spain's royal family is the Bourbons, the same as France and the Two Sicilies.
Portugal: Portugal is a multicontinental nation, made up of four parts: Portugal proper, Cape Verde, Sao Tome, and Angola.
Italy: Rome, in Italy, is the city where the Pope lives.
Two Sicilies: Despite having never been part of France, the Two Sicilies are still a member of the French Union.
Venice: The city of Venice is threatened by rising sea levels.
Switzerland: Switzerland is a confederation made of 23 cantons. Switzerland also has 4 national languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansh.
Germany: Germany is a federation of 14 states, which have the power to make most of their laws.
Brandenburg-Prussia: Brandenburg-Prussia is made up of two disconnected segments of similar size. To walk from Brandenburg to Prussia, you would have to go though Poland.
Austria: Austria was once the home of the Hapsburg dynasty, who at their peak ruled one of the largest empires in world history.
Czecho-Slovakia: The two blue bars on their flag represent the Elbe and Danube rivers. The red represents the Czechs, and white the Slovaks.
Poland: Jewish people are 8% of Poland's population, the 2nd highest portion of any country in the world.
Lithuania: Lithuania was part of Russia until 1983, when they declared independence.
Union of Sovereign States: the Sovereign Union is a union of 13 republics, the largest of which is Russia. But don't call it Russia, Russians are only half the population.
Dacia: Dacia is a union of 4 countries, Moldavia, Wallachia, Bessarabia, and Transylvania.
Hungary: Hungary used to be ruled by the Mecklenburg dynasty, until 1985.
Croatia: Unlike Hungary, Croatia is still ruled by the Mecklenburgs.
Dalmatia: Despite being mainly ethnically Croatian, Dalmatia voted against joining Croatia in 1999.
Serbia: Despite their small size, Serbia was able to get 2nd in the European Football Tournament of 2023.
Montenegro: Montenegro has been ruled by the Petrovic-Njegos family since 1697.
Bulgaria: Bulgaria's flag was inspired by the Greek flag, they first flew it as they were fighting a war for their independence against the collapsing Ottoman Empire.
Greece: Greece is still ruled by a Hanover, a relative of the former British royal family.
 
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The flags of Europe's nations as of 2024​
One fun fact about every European country:
Iceland: Iceland's parliament, the "Althing" is one of the oldest in the world, dating back all the way to 930 AD!
Faroe Islands: Though the shape of its flag suggests ties to Scandinavia, the Faroe Islands were never controlled by Scandinavia, they were a British territory until 1969.
Scandinavia: Before 1836, Scandinavia was 3 separate countries! These countries were Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.
Britain: Britain used to have a monarchy, but they got rid of it in 1965.
Ireland: Ireland won its independence from Britain in 1966, after centuries of British rule.
Netherlands: The Dutch Republic is one of the oldest in the world, it was founded in 1795!
Belgium: Belgium has 3 official languages, Dutch, French, and German!
France: France is the most populated country that is entirely in Europe, with a population of almost 125 million people.
Andorra: Andorra is one of Europe's smallest countries, it is only 180 square miles big.
Spain: Spain's royal family is the Bourbons, the same as France and the Two Sicilies.
Portugal: Portugal is a multicontinental nation, made up of four parts: Portugal proper, Cape Verde, Sao Tome, and Angola.
Italy: Rome, in Italy, is the city where the Pope lives.
Venice: The city of Venice is threatened by rising sea levels.
Switzerland: Switzerland is a confederation made of 23 cantons. Switzerland also has 4 national languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansh.
Germany: Germany is a federation of 14 states, which have the power to make most of their laws.
Brandenburg-Prussia: Brandenburg-Prussia is made up of two disconnected segments of similar size. To walk from Brandenburg to Prussia, you would have to go though Poland.
Austria: Austria was once the home of the Hapsburg dynasty, who at their peak ruled one of the largest empires in world history.
Czecho-Slovakia: The two blue bars on their flag represent the Elbe and Danube rivers. The red represents the Czechs, and white the Slovaks.
Poland: Jewish people are 8% of Poland's population, the 2nd highest portion of any country in the world.
Lithuania: Lithuania was part of Russia until 1983, when they declared independence.
Union of Sovereign States: the Sovereign Union is a union of 13 republics, the largest of which is Russia. But don't call it Russia, Russians are only half the population.
Dacia: Dacia is a union of 4 countries, Moldavia, Wallachia, Bessarabia, and Transylvania.
Hungary: Hungary used to be ruled by the Mecklenburg dynasty, until 1985.
Croatia: Unlike Hungary, Croatia is still ruled by the Mecklenburgs.
Dalmatia: Despite being mainly ethnically Croatian, Dalmatia voted against joining Croatia in 1999.
Serbia: Despite their small size, Serbia was able to get 2nd in the European Football Tournament of 2023.
Montenegro: Montenegro has been ruled by the Petrovic-Njegos family since 1697.
Bulgaria: Bulgaria's flag was inspired by the Greek flag, they first flew it as they were fighting a war for their independence against the collapsing Ottoman Empire.
Greece: Greece is still ruled by a Hanover, a relative of the former British royal family.
You forgot the Two Sicilies.
 
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