One of the attributes of state power was approved on the sixteenth of August, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-second year, at the suggestion of the Deputy of the legislative body of the country Michel Voltaire. It can bee explained by a similarity with
To understand the origins of this incident, it is necessary to look back at two centuries ago, when the king of the Netherlands William the first, who bore the title of Grand Duke of Luxembourg, approved the national flag of this country in one thousand seven hundred and fifteenth year. Quite naturally, the influence of Holland had an impact on this issue. However, his colleagues in Parliament, the leader of one of the factions Voltaire was not supported, despite the ninety percent approval of the population, a survey of one of the radio stations.
The meaning of the symbols
On the canvas of the flag are the same size three bands-red means spilled blood for independence and freedom. White-symbolizes the nobility and purity of thought. Blue-honesty and beauty. By the way, these three colors are firmly included in the symbolism of Luxembourg since the Belgian revolution took place.