Armenia Flag

Armenia Flag | Factory Custom Wholesale Polyester Flags

The flag of Armenia consists of three horizontal stripes of equal width: red on the top, blue in the middle, and orange on the bottom.

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Custom Armenia Flag

  • Size : 4″X6″, 8″X12″, 12″X18″, 2’X3′, 3’X5′, 4’X6′, 5’X8′, 6’X10′, or as per your request.
  • Material: 100D 100% polyester, 150D 100% polyester, 210D 100% polyester or Nylon.
  • Process: Single Reverse or Double Sided Printing Flags, Double-deck with cloth in the middle, Embroidered.
  • Printing: Optional Screen Printing, Digital Printing or Dye Sublimation Printing.
  • Style: 2 Brass Grommets at Left Side, 4 Brass Grommets corners, Sleeve left, Sleeve top, Tassel.
  • Sewing: Precision double stitching, optional four-thread bottom hem, reinforced corners.
  • Artwork: Acceptable file types include PDF, AI, EPS, PNG, TIFF, JPG, and SVG.
  • Notice: We will not process your Purchase Order until we confirm the pricing with you.

Armenia Flag

The flag of Armenia, also called the Armenian tricolor flag, is a rectangular shape with red at the top, blue in the middle, and orange at the bottom.

Armenia Flag

The red on Armenia’s flag shows their struggles for survival, faith, freedom, and independence. Blue symbolizes peace and skies, orange reflects Armenian citizens’ hardworking and creative nature.

The various dynasties of the Armenian Empire used different flags

During the Altashis dynasty, the flag featured two eagles facing each other on a red background with a golden flower in between.

From 1828 until the Russian October Socialist Revolution, Armenia used the Russian flag, which was white with a blue cross on it.

In 1858, Armenia adopted a flag with horizontal stripes of black, yellow, and white.

In 1885, the concept of a national flag faded as Armenia was divided between the Ottoman Empire and Persia. Armenian students in Paris sought a flag for Victor Hugo’s funeral. A priest, Father Ghevont Alishan, designed a vertical tricolor flag with red, green, and blue stripes symbolizing Noah’s rainbow.

In 1885, after the Ottoman and Persian rule, Armenia adopted its first modern flag.

In 1914, they used a flag with white, blue, red stripes and a yellow square with a double-headed eagle on the left side of white and blue.

By 1917, the double-headed eagle on the flag was removed, and it became a tricolor flag of white, blue, and red.

In April 1918, the Caucasus Executive Committee, formed by Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, declared independence using a flag with stripes of yellow, black, and red.

On April 22, 1918, Armenia declared independence and established the Armenian Republic with a flag of red, blue, and orange stripes.

In April 1921, the Russian Red Army conquered Armenia.

In 1991, Armenia declared independence and officially restored the red, blue, and orange tricolor flag.


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