The meaning of Vatican City flag

The Vatican City flag has two vertical halves: the yellow half represents the pope’s spiritual power, while the white half represents his worldly authority. The coat of arms on the white half has two crossed keys of St. Peter, and a three-tiered papal tiara on top. The first flag was introduced in 1825, it was adopted in 1929.

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