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Kyrgyzstan Flag

Kyrgyzstan Flag

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All of our printed Kyrgyzstan flags are made by a process called Dye Sublimation. This process impregnates the fibres of the fabric, the result is a flag that has very accurate colour, and importantly the design appears clearly on both sides of the flag. This is known as ‘printed through to reverse’ and is an important consideration when choosing your flag as both sides will be seen when flying. All flags now come with Free Delivery for even better value.

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Our flags are manufactured to the highest standards. We offer flags in a choice of two materials, Hand Made National Flags, and Digitally Printed National Flags

 

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History of the Kyrgyzstan Flag

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Trivia
The 40 rays on the flag represent the 40 Kyrgyz tribes that fought the Mongols.
Technical Specifications
Adopted3rd March 1992
Proportion3:5
DesignA red field with a 40-rayed red ringed sun with six crossing lines.
Colours
PMSRed:032Yellow:186
Brief History

In the early 1930s Kyrgyzstan became an official Soviet Socialist Republic in the Soviet Union. The flag was a plain red field with yellow Cyrillic text. The flags text was changed slightly in the 40s.

In 1952 a new Soviet flag was adopted. The flag featured the plain red field with a blue-white-blue stripe through the centre and the socialist hammer and sickle with five-pointed star. The reverse of the flag featured the same blue-white-blue stripe without the hammer, sickle and star.

In 1991 the hammer and sickle with Star was removed from the flag during the interim period of the country claiming independent from the USSR.

On March 3rd 1992 a new flag for an Independent Kyrgyzstan was adopted. It featured a red field with a 40-rayed red ringed sun with six crossing lines making the image of tündük. The flag has a symbolic meaning; the red represents bravery, the sun symbolising peace and the tündük represents home.

The Emblem of Kyrgyzstan

The Emblem of Kyrgyzstan was adopted in 1992.

The design features a blue circle inside of which is a hawk behind the Tian Shan mountains and a rising sun. Surrounding these images are wheat, cotton and the words “Kyrgyz Respublikasy”.

The Presidential Standard of Kyrgyzstan

The Presidential Standard of Kyrgyzstan is a plain red field with a red emblem of Kyrgyzstan at the centre.

The Roundel of the Kyrgyzstan Air Force

The Roundel of the Kyrgyzstan Air Force is a circular red disk with the 40-rayed red ringed sun with six crossing lines.

The Coat of Arms of the Kyrgyzstan Armed Forces

The Coat of Arms of the Kyrgyzstan Armed Forces is a green disk with a golden eagle, protected by a starred shield, holding a branch and sword.

The Flags of the Regions of Kyrgyzstan

Here are examples of the flags of the Regions of Kyrgyzstan.

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