The flag of Iceland adopted in 1944 represents a Nordic cross. The centre of a white cross is placed in the middle in relation to vertical axis and shifted towards the left side of the flag. Inside the white cross there is a red one whose color symbolizes the fire of Iceland’s volcanoes. The field of the flag is blue and this color stands for the ocean and the sky.
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