Flag of Vermont — the symbol of one of the 50 US states.
The modern version of the flag was adopted by the Vermont General Assembly on June 1, 1923. The flag consists of a rectangular panel with an aspect ratio of 1: 1,66 (or 3:5) with a blue (azure) background and the state emblem located in the center.
There are four main components of the flag:
The landscape in a green color, which occupies the biggest part of the symbol of Vermont. It consists of blue mountains, yellow sky, and trees at the background. A pine tree is in the center of a landscape. It stands between three sheaves and a red cow.
The badge of the pine branches crossed below the landscape.
The motto of the state which is situated under the landscape depicted. It says, “Vermont; Freedom and Unity”.
The head of a buck in profile situated at the top of the flag.
The flag of Vermont was agreed in 1919, but after this date, many changes in its design happened. In the result, the official state flag was released and authorized only in 1923.
Total area:24,905 km2
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