Flag of Garetolia
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|Adopted||14 September 1978|
|Design||A light blue field cut horizontally in the center by a black stripe with a thin red frame, with ten white stars in the center.|
Variant flag of Garetolia
|Name||Standard of the Governor-General of Garetolia|
|Design||A dark blue field charged with a crowned yellow lion standing on top of a yellow banner that reads "Garetolia".|
The national Flag of Garetolia (Garetolian: Ha'ea re'Karātōl'ikī) consists of a light blue field cut horizontally in the centre by a black stripe with ten white stars and a thin red frame. It is used by the executive branch of the Garetolian Government.
The flag consists of a light blue field cut horizontally in the centre by a black stripe with ten white stars and a thin red frame. The light blue represents the ocean, the black stripe represents black sand beaches, the ten white stars represent the ten islands, and the red stripes represent the blood of those who fought against the British during the Garetolian Genocide. It was adopted in 1978 after its independence from the British Empire.
Flag of the Garetolian Armed Forces
Flag of the Garetolian Army
Ensign of the Royal Garetolian Air Force
Flag of the Garetolian Coast Guard
Flag of the Governor-General
Standard of the Prime Minister
Standard of the Deputy Prime Minister
Vertical standard, used in official settings such as the Garetolian Parliament