We will cover some of the World Country flags to explain the hidden meanings behind the colorful flags.
Each day, we will publish a blog to explian the misterious resons for the colors and the artworks.
Today We will talk about the British flags, also called Union Jack. The Union Jack is a combination of three flags with symbols of the three countries — England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are united under one sovereign. England and Wales are represented by a red St. George’s cross on white background; Scotland is represented by a white-colored St. Andrew’s cross on blue background; Northern Ireland is represented by St. Patrick’s cross, red diagonal cross on white background. The British flag of today was adopted in1801, January 1st.