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Flag of Monaco. The national flag of the Principality of Monaco ( French: drapeau de Monaco) has two equal horizontal bands, of red (top) and white (bottom), both of which have been the heraldic colours of the House of Grimaldi since at least 1339.
The national flag for use by private citizens, also flown at the United Nations to represent Monaco, presents the livery colours derived from the coat of arms. It is a simple horizontal bicolour of red over white, a traditional use of heraldic colours.
Learn about the flag of Monaco, a two-stripe red and white flag with a red stripe on top and a white stripe on the bottom. The flag was adopted in 1881 and is similar to the flag of Indonesia, which Monaco also protested against. Find out more about the country, its sovereignty, population, GDP and other facts.
- Principality of Monaco
- MC, MCO (ISO 3166-1)
O branco e o vermelho são as cores heráldicas que representam a Casa de Grimaldi desde o ano de 1339. O Principado tem usado, como insígnia, a atual bandeira do Governo de Mónaco, mas as versões anteriores figuravam as escudo de armas, que há sido utilizado desde a fundação do Principado (salvo o período em que esteve anexado a França ...
It is bordered by France to the north, east and west. The principality is home to 38,682 residents,  of whom 9,486 are Monégasque nationals;  it is widely recognised as one of the most expensive and wealthiest places in the world.   The official language of the principality is French.
Learn about the history, design, and meaning of Monaco's flag, which is a horizontal stripe of red and white with the coat of arms of the House of Grimaldi. Find out how the flag differs from Indonesia's and other European flags, and what are the symbols and currency of Monaco.