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Facts and History of Sark Flag

St George's Cross symbol: Facts and History of Sark Flag

Having a similar design to Normandy’s national emblem, the flag of Sark has the Saint George cross design on it accompanied by a red canton picturing two golden lions.

Being associated with St-George since Medieval times, the red cross is a symbol that implies the protection of the Saint and was used in the former national emblems of powerful civilizations like Greece, Aragon, Genoa, etc.

Facts and history of Sark Flag emphasize the symbolism of the two golden lions: they stand for power, glory and have an imposing effect on the enemies.

The current flag of Sark was adopted 1938 and was designed by the talented artist Herbert Pitt.

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