Italy Flag GIF (Bandiera d'Italia)

The flag of Italy (Italian: Bandiera d'Italia) is a tri-colored flag with three equal-sized vertical stripes: green, white, and red. The green color represents the plains and hills of the country. The white color symbolizes the snow-capped Alps. And the red color expresses the blood spilled in the Italian Independence and Unification Wars. The height-to-width ratio in the flag is 2:3, and the flag was adopted on June 18, 1946.

Its wreath-shaped emblem features a white five-pointed star, a traditional symbol of Italy; a cogwheel symbolizing work; an oak branch symbolizing Italian strength and dignity; and an olive branch symbolizing peace.

The Italian flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the globe.
Italy, officially known as the Republic of Italy, is a sovereign state in Europe. Its capital is Rome, and its population is about 59.07 million (2021). According to its land and sea borders, it borders with Albania, Algeria, Austria, Croatia, France, Greece, Libya, Malta, Montenegro, San Marino, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia, and Vatican City.

The waving flag of Italy with its emblem (unofficial)
Capital and largest city:Rome
Other major cities:Milan,
Official language:Italian
Region:Southern Europe
Ethnic groups:91.5% Italians,
8.5% Others
Religions:74.4% Catholic Church,
22.6% Irreligious,
3.0% Others
Nationality name:Italian
Area:301,340 km²
(116,350 sq mi)
Population:59.07 million (2021)
Country codes:IT, ITA (ISO 3166)
Internet Top-Level
Calling code:+39
Flag emoji code:🇮🇹

Keywords: Flag and emblem of Italy (Italian: Bandiera ed emblema dell'Italia), GIF

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