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Finland Flag

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The Finnish flag with a dark blue Nordic cross facing the left on a white background.
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With sights like the Aurora Borealis and beautiful forests throughout the land, it’s no wonder that Finland has been consistently ranked as the happiest country in the world. Celebrate this impressive title with the national symbol of a Finnish flag!

Outdoor Finland Flag

Designed and manufactured in the United States, our Finland flags are made of 100% nylon, a durable yet lightweight material for flying in any wind. Additionally, the use of digital print technology ensures long-lasting colors and resistance to sun damage. These flags come with a canvas header and brass grommets for use with one of our outdoor flagpoles.


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

Indoor Finland Flag

We also offer a more formal version specifically for indoor use, whether ceremonial or personal. Our indoor flags feature gold fringe around three borders and a pole sleeve for attaching to one of our indoor flagpoles.


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

Note: Flags with gold fringe are not designed for outdoor use. Avoid taking these flags outside.

History & Meaning of the Finland Flag

The flag of Finland has a unique history: The first time the design of a blue cross on a white background appeared was in the 1861 flag of the ‘Nyländska Jaktklubben,’ a yacht club based in Helsinki. However, the design we know today wasn’t formally adopted as the national flag until May 28, 1918, about six months after Finland declared independence from Russia. 

A competition was held to decide what Finland’s flag should look like, and Eero Snellman and Bruno Tuukkanen created the winning design. The two colors used on the flag have specific meanings: Blue represents Finland’s many lakes and the color of the sky, and white depicts the snow that covers the land. 

Other Details

Capital: Helsinki
Language(s): Finnish, Swedish
Currency: Euro €
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Flag Meaning: The blue represents the lakes and the sky, and the white is for snow.