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As the birthplace of the Red Cross, Switzerland pursues peace-keeping missions worldwide despite the country’s infamous neutrality in international warfare. Show off your national pride for this harmonious nation with a Swiss flag!

Outdoor Switzerland Flag

Our flags are made in America of 100% nylon, combining durable materials with reinforced stitching for sturdiness and quick-drying properties. Furthermore, digital print technology ensures that colors are long-lasting and fade-resistant. These flags come equipped with a strong header and brass grommets for use with an outdoor flagpole.


  • Made in America
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Switzerland Flag

We recommend getting an indoor Swiss flag for ceremonial, governmental, or even personal indoor use. These flags feature a formal gold fringe border on three sides and a pole sleeve to easily attach to an indoor flagpole.

Note: Flags with gold fringe are not meant for outdoor weather. Please keep our indoor flag, well, indoors.


  • Made in America
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Sleeve
  • Gold fringe

History & Meaning of the Switzerland Flag

The national flag of Switzerland holds a unique status: Apart from the flag of Vatican City, it is the only perfectly square flag worldwide with a 1:1 ratio. The flag we offer comes in a 2:3 ratio, Switzerland's official civil and state ensign.

The white cross has a long history, starting in the late 13th century. It was used as a field sign, a mark used to identify group members, by the Old Swiss Confederacy. The confederation was a loose organization of several independent states within the Holy Roman Empire, formally achieving independence in 1648 through the Treaty of Westphalia. The current Swiss flag was adopted on October 11, 1841, when it was declared the uniting symbol of the Swiss cantons.

Other Details

Motto: "Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno" / "One for all, all for one"
Capital: Bern
Language(s): German, French, Italian, Romansh
Currency: Swiss Franc
Government: Federal Multi-Party Directorial Republic
Flag Meaning: The cross represents Christianity, and the flag itself represents freedom, honor, and fidelity.