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Flag of Italy was adopted for the first time just after the Napoleon's italian campaigns in the 1796, by the Cispadana Republic. The italian tricolore derives from the french one and the ideals of french revolution.

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  • 07/01/1797
    Italian Tricolour Day
  • 17/03/1861
    Anniversary Italian Unification
  • 02/06/1946
    Italian Republic Day
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Nautical Polyester Ideal for Outdoor Environments

Easy Polyester Ideal for Interiors

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20x30 cm

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7,00 €

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30x45 cm

Nautical Polyester

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8,00 €

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70x100 cm

Nautical Polyester

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11,00 €

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100x150 cm

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18,00 €

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150x225 cm

Nautical Polyester

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34,00 €

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200x300 cm

Nautical Polyester

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60,00 €

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300x450 cm

Nautical Polyester

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140,00 €

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400x600 cm

Nautical Polyester

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240,00 €

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70x100 cm

Easy Polyester

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9,00 €

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91x140 cm

Easy Polyester

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11,00 €

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20x30 cm

Polyester Stamina

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34,00 €

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30x45 cm

Polyester Stamina

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46,00 €

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70x100 cm

Polyester Stamina

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63,00 €

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100x150 cm

Polyester Stamina

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87,00 €

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150x225 cm

Polyester Stamina

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184,00 €

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14x21 cm
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4,00 €

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Flag for sale Italy Flag

The flag of Italy has been in use since 18 June 1946 and was formally adopted on 1 January 1948.

It's is a tricolour featuring three identical vertical stripes of green, white and red, with the green at the hoist side.

The Cisalpine Republic was the first entity to use the Italian tricolour in 1797, which followed Milan after Napoleon's victorious army crossed Italy in 1796. The colours chosen by the Cisalpine Republic were green, which was the colour of the uniform of the Milanese civic guard; red and white, the colours of the recently conquered flag of Milan.

Some have attributed particular values to the colours, and some people say that the green represents the country's plains and the hills; white, the snow of the Alps; and red is the blood spilt in the Wars for the Italian Independence and Unification. A more religious interpretation is that the green represents hope, the white represents faith, and the red represents charity.