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Philippines Flag

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The Philippines flag featuring 2 equal horizontal bands of blue (at the top) and red (at the bottom), separated by a white triangle with a yellow sun with rays at the center.
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Our Philippine flags are made in the USA from nylon, a tough and durable fabric designed for outdoor flying. Our premium nylon is lightweight, ensuring it dries quickly after contact with water and waves beautifully, even in gentle breezes. Additionally, the design is digitally printed for sharp lines and vivid, UV-resistant colors that withstand direct sunlight.

Each flag has a robust canvas header and brass grommets for secure flying from any of our outdoor flagpoles. We offer Philippines flags in sizes 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. The 3’ x 5’ flag is the most popular among our customers and is an excellent fit for our 6’ house-mounted pole.

Flag of Philippines Features:

  • Manufactured in the United States
  • Official 1998 design
  • 100% premium nylon
  • Reinforced canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable mounting

 Are you looking for the indoor version? Check out our Philippines country flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.

Note: To increase the lifetime of your flag, avoid use during inclement weather conditions.

Philippine Flag Meaning & History

The national flag of the Philippines was first conceptualized in 1898 when it was created by Marcela Mariño de Agoncillo and first president Emilio Aguinaldo. However, this flag was soon outlawed in 1907 during the American occupation of the Philippines and re-legalized in 1919. The flag’s design and colors were modified several times, with the last update on February 12, 1998.

The red, white, and blue colors of the Philippines flag are based on the flag of the United States, in reference to American aid during the Philippines’ war of independence from the Spanish Empire. The yellow sun is shown with eight rays to represent the initial eight provinces that revolted against Spanish rule. The three stars symbolize the nation’s island groups of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The white triangle stands for equality and liberty.


Other Details

Motto: "Maka-Diyos, Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa" / ""For God, People, Nature, and Country"
Capital: Manila
Language(s): Filipino, English
Currency: Peso
Government: Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
Flag Meaning: Justice is honored by the blue stripe, with freedom being covered by the red stripe, and peace with the white one. The triangle symbolizes equality. The stars stand in for the three main regions of the country, with the sun representing independence.