New Zealand Flag

The Flag of New Zealand represents the image of individuals, domains, and the government of New Zealand. This flag was adopted in 1834, six years before the separation of New Zealand from New South Wales. This flag has a regal blue foundation from the ensign of the blue squadron of the Royal Navy. The Southern cross stars represent the nation’s area in the South Pacific Ocean. The union jack on the left top of the flag represents New Zealand’s roots as a British province and territory. This flag is made up of spun polyester, the most durable material

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