Stickers and Magnets Genoa
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The flag of Genoa is known as the Cross of St. George and consists of a red cross on a white background. Graphically it is complementary to the cross of St. John the Baptist. Originally a banner of the Republic of Genoa, it was later used by the Crusaders and later adopted by England, as well as by many other nations and cities. The Cross of St. George was chosen as a symbol of the pilgrims who went to the holy places of Christianity and that after 1095, the year of conquest of Jerusalem by the Turks, moved largely by a sincere spirit of mission, decided to take the cross and arm themselves to free the earth where Jesus Christ was born and lived, in response to the repeated attacks suffered by the Turks, determined, overthrowing the Arabs, to push themselves to conquer the Byzantine Empire. The use of the banner by the Genoese, however, seems to date back to ancient times, when the Byzantine army settled in the city, and the banner of the garrison (a red cross in the white field) was brought as a gift in the small church of San Giorgio , but it is certainly attested in 1096. In 1190 London and England requested and obtained the possibility of using the Crusader flag to have their ships protected by the Genoese fleet in the Mediterranean Sea and part of the Black Sea by numerous piracy attacks. For this privilege the English monarch corresponded to the Doge of the Republic of Genoa an annual tribute. England, the city of London and the Royal Navy still hoist the flag of Saint George and is their national flag (following the creation of the current United Kingdom, the Union Flag was created, or Union Jack, turned out to be from overlapping, the flags of England, Scotland and the old flag adopted by the British crown for Ireland).
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