Flag of Brazoria
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|Adopted||2 March 1839|
|Design||⅓ of the hoist is blue containing a single centered white star. The remaining field is divided horizontally into a white and red bar.|
The flag is held with high esteem and regard in Brazoria and is used for both government and civilian use. Brazorian law features a non-binding flag code that dictates the proper use, design, and disposal of the flag. The Anglo-American Vexillological Association voted the flag of Brazoria as North America's best national flag in 2001.
Flag design and symbolism[edit | edit source]
The Constitution of Brazoria officially describes the flag as:
a rectangle that: (1) has a width to length ratio of two to three; and (2) contains: (A) one blue vertical stripe that has a width equal to one-third the length of the flag; (B) two equal horizontal stripes, the upper stripe white, the lower stripe red, each having a length equal to two-thirds the length of the flag; and (C) one white, regular five-pointed star: (i) located in the center of the blue stripe; (ii) oriented so that one point faces upward; and (iii) sized so that the diameter of a circle passing through the five points of the star is equal to three-fourths the width of the blue stripe
Colors[edit | edit source]
|Color||Cable color||Pantone||Web color||RGB Values|
|Dark Blue||70075||281 C||