What do the colors on the Estonian flag mean?

One of them is that blue represents the freedom from time to time, the black symbolizes the freedom lost, and the white symbolizes independence and the bright future. And this is the most widely accepted view.

Why is the cornflower the national flower of Estonia?

The word centaurea comes from Greek mythology; one of the centaurs, Chiron, was supposed to have used cornflowers to heal wounds. The people of Estonia chose the cornflower as a national symbol in 1968, but the flower was a folk emblem for many years prior to that.

What does black and white American flag mean?

The Flag symbolizes the relationship of law enforcement in the community as the protectors of civilians from criminal elements. It is symbol representing the camaraderie of Police Officers.

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