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Surrounded by the seas, Denmark features a unique culture thanks to its plentiful beaches and archipelagos. Show your Danish pride and fly the flag of a nation full of designers, architects, and artists with your choice of sizes and finishes!

Outdoor Denmark Flag

Our Danish Flag is made from durable, high-quality nylon in the United States. Combined with long-lasting digital print technology, this makes our flags fade and sun-resistant. A canvas header and brass grommets make this flag a perfect match for an outdoor flagpole, which we also carry in a variety of sizes.


  • Made in the US
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Denmark Flag

 If you plan to showcase your flag indoors, consider getting one with gold fringe for a more elegant look. These flags come with a pole sleeve for use with an indoor flagpole, which we also offer in sizes suitable for a small office or large auditorium.


  • Made in the US
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Sleeve
  • Gold fringe

Note: Indoor flags come in select sizes. Gold fringe is not designed to withstand weather elements. Please keep these flags indoors.

History & Meaning of the Denmark Flag

The flag of Denmark, also known as the Dannebrog, is one of the oldest in the world and is currently the longest-running, continuously used national flag. According to legend, the Danes were on the brink of defeat during the Battle of Lyndanisse on June 15, 1219, when a lambskin banner fell from the sky bearing a white Nordic cross. The first rendering of the Danish flag is drawn in the Gelre Armorial, a book from the mid-14th century. 

The Dannebrog was later considered for the role of the national flag in the 16th century and was used widely as a maritime flag for Danish boats. Interestingly, private use of the flag was outlawed in 1834 and only permitted for the military. However, the popularity of the flag amongst the Danish people led to the repeal of that law in 1854.

Other Details

Motto: "Guds Hjaelp, Folkets Kaerlighed, Danmarks Styrk" / "God's Help, the People's Love, Denmark's Strength"
Capital: Copenhagen
Language(s): Danish
Currency: Danish Krone
Government: Unitary Parliamentary, Constitutional Monarchy
Flag Meaning: The cross is a reference to Christianity. The white represents honesty and peace, and the red symbolizes bravery, valor, and strength.