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Czech Republic Flag

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The Czechia flag has 2 horizontal white and red stripes. On the left is a blue triangle pointing to the right.
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Fly the flag of the Czech Republic and show your country pride. Our Czech flags are manufactured in the US using premium nylon fabric, a light material that flies proudly even in gentle breezes. The white, red, and blue design is digitally printed for bold, fade-resistant colors.

Our flag of Czechia comes equipped with a strong canvas heading and brass grommets for secure attachment to an outdoor flagpole. We offer this flag in sizes 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. The 3’ x 5’ Czech flag is a bestseller among our customers and is ideal for use on our 6’ house-mounted pole.

Czech Republic Flag Features

  • Constructed in the USA with high standards of quality
  • Authentic 1920 design
  • 100% pure nylon
  • Sturdy white canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable mounting

Our indoor Czech Republic flag with gold fringe and a pole sleeve is an excellent option for formal displays and ceremonies.

Czech Flag Meaning & History

The flag of the Czech Republic is the same as that of Czechoslovakia and was kept when the country was divided in 1992 into the modern Czech Republic and Slovakia. The flag was first adopted in 1920, a few years after the establishment of Czechoslovakia.

The colors red, white, and blue are pan-Slavic and are shared by several national flags of surrounding countries. Czechoslovakia had initially used a red and white flag, but since it was identical to Poland’s, a new design was sought. Archivist Jaroslav Kursa submitted a design that placed a blue triangle on the flag, which is the design we see today.

Other Details

Motto: "Pravda vítězí" / "Truth prevails"
Capital: Prague
Language(s): Czech
Currency: Czech Koruna
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Flag Meaning: The flag does not have a significant meaning, but the colors are traditional Bohemian colors and the design was produced because it would be easy to recognize, specifically in battle.