10 Easiest Flags to Draw in the World

If you like to draw flags you will like the article about the easiest flags to draw in the world. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. As for me, I know very few flags in the world but at times I like watching them.

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It’s funny how we all were cut from the same cloth and then divided on the basis of identity, race, ethnicity, and culture. But the fact remains the same – environment is subject to change and with time, humanity has evolved and undergone some major shifts. With increasing population, conflict of interests and values, humans divided and differentiated themselves on the basis of various factors resulting in the invention of ‘Socio-political’ environment. And with that, the time had come when they had to declare their identity to preserve their motive and principle values. This is where the concept of flag emerged with the need not only to show the emblem but to declare a signature that depicted their culture and solidarity of their principles.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three  flags from their list.

The first country is Switzerland. A square shaped emblem with Red and white equilateral cross became the national flag of Switzerland in 1840 and it holds significance in regards to its history when after the demise of Napoleon and French July revolution of 1830, the liberal forces and politicians regained strength and demanded centralized institutions. This flag made it to number 10, because of its straight cuts of cross of white in a square pool of red showing the solidarity of Swiss troops who fought in the World War I. The second country, the beautiful Italy. Bandiera d’Italia is a combination of three equal vertical bands of green, white and red with green being the hoist side, making it one of the easiest flags to draw. Adopted on June 19th in 1946, Tricolore was inspired by French flag where the bands of Green symbols ‘Prosperity’, White represents ‘Peace’ and Red symbolizes ‘Sacrifice’. At last but not least, let’s see Columbia. A combination of horizontal stripes of Yellow, blue and red with yellow stripe being large and half of the width was adopted on November 26th, 1861. Being a member of flag family of ‘Miranda’, yellow symbolizes the concepts of sovereignty and justice. While blue stands for nobility, loyalty and vigilance; and red represent valor, honor and victory. The Columbian flag depicts the rich story of its independence from Spain.

For any further useful information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 easiest flags to draw in the world

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