Algeria is among the largest countries in the world and is known for its warm peoples, Mediterranean shores, and rich cultural history.
ARE YOU FLYING THIS FLAG OUTDOORS OR INDOORS?
The flag of Algeria features several options for outdoor and indoor use.
Outdoor Algeria Flag Options
Our nylon Algerian flag is made with everyday display in mind. It’ll stand up to the harsh sun with a tough, heat-resistant digital print. Its quick-dry construction will also make sure that flash rainstorms won’t be a problem either. It also will fly even in a light breeze, thanks to its lightweight nylon material.
Our authentic, American-made Algeria flag is available in multiple sizes, though our most popular is the 3’ x 5’ size. Your new flag will attach securely to an outdoor flagpole with a canvas header with rustproof brass grommets.
- Made in America
- Authentic 1962 design
- 100% nylon
- Polyester canvas heading
- Brass grommets
Indoor Algeria Flag Options
Your Algeria flag will also look great indoors with a sleeve with 3-sided gold fringe for a regal indoor presentation. Finish the look with an indoor flagpole.
The indoor Algeria flag with sleeve and fringe features:
- Authentic, high-quality Algerian Flag
- Leather tab
- 100% nylon
- Gold fringe
- Pole sleeve
ALGERIA FLAG MEANING & HISTORY
Algeria’s past had long been spent under the rule of various empires, from Carthage to Rome, to the Ottomans and France. As the last great world-spanning empires fell, Algeria became an independent state for the first time in centuries in 1962. Since then, Algeria has become a major power in North Africa and has become known for its food and culture.
A major part of Algeria is Islam, the predominant religion in the country. It shows on its flag, designed by French activist Émilie Busquant and adopted in 1962 with Algeria’s independence from France.
The Algerian flag is packed with meaning and symbolism. The green and white are said to represent Islam and purity, respectively, but the white also could represent the peace Algeria achieved upon its independence.
The crescent and star are popular symbols of Islam. An accepted meaning for them being red on the Algerian flag is that the color represents the blood spilled during Algeria’s fight for independence.
Other DetailsMotto: "بالشّعب وللشّعب" / "By the people and for the people"
Currency: Algerian Dinar
Government: Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic
Flag Meaning: The white represents peace; the green, star, and crescent represent Islam; and the red symbolizes the blood of those killed fighting for independence in the Algerian War.