The Spanish flag consists of three horizontal stripes: red at the top, yellow in the middle, and red at the bottom.
The Spain flag, known as “Bandera de España,” is a national symbol that represents the country of Spain. It consists of three horizontal stripes – red at the top, yellow in the middle, and red at the bottom. In the left-hand corner, there is a coat of arms that features various elements, including a golden crown, red and yellow vertical stripes, and a castle. The red color symbolizes courage and valor, while the yellow represents generosity and wealth. The coat of arms represents Spain’s rich history and its diverse regions. The Spanish flag is proudly displayed on important buildings, during national celebrations, and at international sporting events.