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Italy Flag

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A flag of Italy with three vertical stripes of green, white, and red.
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Celebrate Italy with an Italian flag - a symbol of rich cultural heritage and national pride. Crafted with vibrant hues of green, white, and red, this flag embodies the spirit and beauty of Italy. Choose between our outdoor and indoor options to best suit your needs.

Outdoor Italy Flag

These flags are 100% nylon, ensuring fade resistance and quick-drying properties. The stripes and edges are sewn for added durability and to help prevent fraying. This flag version is equipped with a strong header and brass grommets for use with an outdoor flagpole.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn stripes and edges
  • Canvas header
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Italy Flag

Consider getting the Italian flag lined with gold fringe around three borders for indoor displays, especially in formal settings or government buildings. The addition of a pole sleeve makes installation on an indoor flagpole easy.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn stripes and edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve

Note: These flags are not meant for use on wall-hanging poles or outdoor flagpoles. Please keep these flags inside.

History & Meaning of the Italy Flag

A tricolor flag using the Italian colors of green, white, and red was first adopted by the Cispadane Republic, a sovereign Italian state, in 1797. At this time, Italy was not a unified country but a collection of states on the Italian peninsula. This tricolor flag quickly became a symbol of Italian unification and was declared the national flag in 1861, when the states merged to form the Kingdom of Italy. This version of the flag featured the coat of arms of Savoy below a crown on the white stripe. On June 13, 1946, following the events of World War II, the Italian Republic was founded, and the design we know today was ratified in the nation’s constitution.

The tricolor design is based on the French flag, adopted during the French Revolution. Each color has a specific meaning: Green represents the Italian landscape and human rights, such as social equality and freedom; red is for love and the blood of the Wars of Italian Independence and Unification; and white symbolizes faith and the snowy Alps.

Other Details

Capital: Rome
Language(s): Italian
Currency: Euro €
Government: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
Flag Meaning: The green stands for plains and hills, the white refers to the snow covered Alps, and the red symbolizes the blood spilled for independence.