Stickers and Magnets Austria
Choose the material:
Adhesive PVC Ideal for Indoor and Outdoor Environments
Magnetic Ideal for metal surfaces
Size & Pricing Comparison table for Austria:
Items in the bundle
2,00 €(VAT included)
6,00 €(VAT included)
4,00 €(VAT included)
11,00 €(VAT included)
Other products you may be interested in:
The flag of Austria is composed of three horizontal bands of equal size, red, white, and red, and was adopted in 1945. According to a legend, the colors red and white were chosen to represent the blood shed by the Duke of Austria. The red color of the Austrian flag has pantone 032 C. The flag derives from the heraldic coat of arms of the dukes of Austria and then from that of the House of Habsburg. It was adopted by Frederick II of Babenberg in the 13th century, while seeking greater independence from the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. The oldest source for the flag is contained in a seal kept in the monastery of Lilienfeld (Lower Austria) and dates back to 1230. Together with the Danish flag, the Austrian flag is probably one of the oldest national symbols in the world. On 1 August 1869, following the Ausgleich, the emperor Franz Joseph of Austria united the banners of the archduke of Austria and the kingdom of Hungary in the flag of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After the Anschluss of 1938, which saw Austria, which had become informally Ostmark, an integral part of the Third Reich, the flag was changed into that with the swastika, therefore the traditional one with horizontal red and white bands was banned. This remained until 1 May 1945, when with the fall of Nazism and the end of the war, the current version was adopted. The state flag also contains the national emblem in the center.
Price Alert "Austria"?
Login to procede