The flag of Greece includes nine horizontal bands of blue alternating with white. There are a blue canton and a white cross on it symbolizing Eastern Orthodox Christianity. It is generally believed that the nine stripes symbolize the nine syllables of the Greek phrase "Ελευθερία ή Θάνατος", which can be translated as "Freedom or Death". The flag was adopted in 1978.
The flags are easy to hoist and replace
The flags are sewed from the highest quality, 100% knitted polyester.
They are antistatic, soft, UV resistant, fade resistant, wind and moisture resistant.
The fabric is translucent with a mirrored-image on the back.