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The flag of France, often referred to as the "Tricolour" or "Tricolor," consists of three vertical stripes of equal width. The colors from left to right are blue, white, and red. The French national flag has a long history and its symbolism has evolved. The current design was adopted on February 15, 1794.


Here's the general interpretation of the colors:

  • Blue:
    • Blue traditionally represents the city of Paris, and it is associated with Saint Martin, who was a Roman military officer. The blue color is also said to symbolize vigilance, truth, and loyalty.
  • White:
    • White represents the monarchy and the Bourbon dynasty. However, after the French Revolution, white was also associated with the idea of a new beginning, purity, and the nation's commitment to liberty and equality.
  • Red:
    • Red is associated with Saint Denis, who was a Christian martyr and the patron saint of Paris. It is also said to symbolize valor and bravery.

The Tricolour became a symbol of the French Revolution, representing the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity. Over time, the flag has come to represent the unity and values of the French Republic.


The design of the French flag has inspired many other national flags around the world, particularly in Europe and Latin America. The French Tricolour remains a powerful symbol of the French nation and its revolutionary heritage.


The French flag (national flag: the tricolore which consists of three vertical bands of equal width, displaying the country's national colors: blue, white, and red. The blue band is positioned nearest the flag-staff, the white in the middle, and the red on the outside)

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