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Argentina Flag

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Beautiful, high-quality nylon Argentina flags for mounting on most flagpoles.

  • Choose from various sizes and styles
  • Durable All-Weather Nylon
  • Digitally printed, single-reverse with four rows reinforced stitching for durability
  • Choose attachment type - Header and grommet for outdoor use, pole sleeve with fringe for indoor ornamental use
  • Made in USA
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Flying your national flag of Argentina is a display of pride. Here at Gettysburg Flag Works, we understand that. Our Argentina flag is made of durable nylon and fade resistant dyes. The Argentina flag is available in several indoor and outdoor flag sizes. Indoor Argentina flags have gold fringe and mount to a presentation flag pole or parade flagpole. Our outdoor Argentina flag had canvas header & brass grommets for mounting to your pole. If you don't see the size or style Argentinian flag to fit your needs, please call for a quote on a custom flag.

Colors and Symbolism of the Flag of Argentina

The flag of Argentina is a horizontal triband that features a stripe of white between a pair of light blue stripes. The Sun of May is displayed in gold in the center of the white stripe. The symbolic value of the flag's colors is debated, and may have changed from the intentions of the flag's original designer. Popular belief states that the blue bars represent the sky, while the white bar represents the clouds. The Sun of May, which originated as the emblem on the oldest coins in Argentina, represents the sun that shines over the country. It is likely that the colors were actually chosen as a show of loyalty to the king of Spain, since the Argentinian Revolution was nominally fought in his name against local leaders. The colors were retained after the revolutionaries began to fight for complete independence, and it is likely that their symbolic meaning began to change at the same time.

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