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The Aland flag sticker can be purchased in packages of 4 or 12 stickers. The dimensions of the Aland sticker are 5.5x10 centimeters. The adhesives are made of vinyl 200 g in adhesive PVC with a glossy plastic cover that makes them resistant to water and UV rays for 5 years. Buy the Aland flag sticker The Alabama magnetic flag measures 3.5x5.5 cm and can be purchased individually or in packs of 4.
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Adhesive PVC Ideal for Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Magnetic Ideal for metal surfaces




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Size & Pricing Comparison table for Aland:

Flag Format

Items in the bundle

Price

3.5x5.5 cm

Magnetic

1

Price:

2,00 €

(VAT included)

3.5x5.5 cm

Magnetic

4

Price:

6,00 €

(VAT included)

5.5x10 cm

Adhesive PVC

4

Price:

4,00 €

(VAT included)

5.5x10 cm

Adhesive PVC

12

Price:

11,00 €

(VAT included)

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The Åland Islands is archipelago in the Baltic Sea, an autonomous region of Finland. There are over 6 500 skerries and islands in the Åland Islands. Fishing is the main economic activity of the archipelago which has to face numerous difficulties due to competition, prices, transport costs and ferries that destroy the natural habitat of fish. The flag of the Åland Islands is blue background with a Scandinavian cross red and yellow. The flag was adopted in 1954. The flag was flown the first time at the capital on 1964 e since that year was official flag. Before the autonomy, was used an unofficial horizontal bicolour triband of blue-yellow-blue. The flag recalls the Swedish flag and the red cross symbolising Finland. The Finnish colours are today blue and white, but in the past red and yellow are an alternative, especially during the period of Finnish nationalism.