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Georgia Flag

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The Georgia state flag has three horizontal stripes, two red with a white stripe in the middle. In the upper left corner is a square blue canton.  The state seal is circled by 13 white stars in the middle of the canton.
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If you love being from The Peach State, it’s time to fly this Georgia State Flag with confidence. Our flags are American-made with a high-quality nylon material. Choose from all of the customary sizes available to get a flag that will last for years to come.

Outside Georgia Flag 

These weather and fade resistant flags are designed to fly majestically all year long. Hoist your flag upon one of our outdoor flagpoles for a distinguished display. 

Outdoor Georgia Flag Features: 

  • American-made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Strong canvas heading
  • Brass grommets
Indoor Georgia Flag

These indoor flags are made-to-order with gold fringe. Give these regal flags the proper respect they deserve by using an indoor flagpole.  

Indoor Georgia Flag Features: 

  • American-made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve

Note: The gold fringe will become damaged by the outdoor elements if left outside. 

History & Meaning of the Georgia Flag

Georgia’s state flag has changed multiple times over the years. The first official state flag was established in 1879. This flag resembled the Stars and Bars flag of the Confederacy, except it had a vertical blue stripe across the hoist instead of a blue canton. In 1905 the state seal was added to the strip of blue. 

Later, in 1956, a new flag was adopted. This flag kept the blue vertical hoist and seal but replaced the red and white stripes with the Confederate Battle Flag. This flag lasted almost 50 years before a new flag took its place in 2001. This new flag consisted mostly of the state seal but was highly criticized and by 2003 was again replaced. 

The 2003 flag is the one we see today that is reminiscent of the Confederate Stars and Bars flag. However, this flag includes the coats of arms from the state seal within the canton. 13 stars circle the coat of arms to represent Georgia’s place among the original 13 colonies. 


Other Details

Capitol: Atlanta
Flag Adopted: February 19, 2003
Entered Union: January 2, 1788
Motto: "Wisdom, Justice, Moderation"
Nickname: Peach State, Empire State of the South
Known For: Peaches, Coca Cola
State Bird: Brown Thrasher
State Flower: Cherokee Rose
State Mammal: Right whale
Famous Georgians: Martin Luther King, Jr., Ray Charles, Hulk Hogan, Otis Redding, Alice Walker, Trisha Yearwood