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Mongolia Flag

Mongolia Flag

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Our digitally printed Mongolia flags are produced to a high quality, durable knitted polyester. Created to the Flag Institute approved design, by us here in the UK. Each flag is hand finished with a double sewn hem for durability, and a headband, rope and toggle suitable for attachment to any standard flagpole. All our flags have Free Delivery included.

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History of the Mongolia Flag

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The modern flag is similar to the Socialist flag of the 1940s without the star.
Technical Specifications
Adopted12th January 1992
Proportion1:2
DesignA red-blue-red vertical triband with the national emblem on the left side.
Colours
CMYKBlue:Cyan100%Magenta60%Yellow0%Black0%
 Red:Cyan10%Magenta100%Yellow90%Black0%
 Yellow:Cyan0%Magenta15%Yellow100%Black0%
Brief History

The first official flag of Mongolia was adopted in 1911 to celebrate the Bogd Khaanate of Mongolia. The Flag was a golden-bordered red field with various symbols at the centre including fire, the golden sun and moon of Xiongnu, two triangles, two horizontal rectangles, ying-yang and two vertical triangles making up the Soyombo of Mongolia.

In 1921 the country became the Mongolian People’s Republic and adopted a plain red flag with yellow golden sun and moon in the top left corner.

Between 1924 and 1940 the flag of the Mongolian People’s Republic was a red field with a blue Soyombo with abstract flower in the centre.

In 1940 a new flag was adopted with a red field in the centre with a vertical blue stripe in the centre and a golden Soyombo in the left corner.

When Mongolia became a democracy in 1992 the flag was altered slightly.

The red-blue-red vertical triband remained but the star was removed from the Soyombo.

The blue represents the sky, the red bands are the strength of Mongolia and the various symbols represent water, fire, sun, moon, earth and yin-yang.

The Emblem of Mongolia

The emblem of Mongolia was adopted 25th March 1992. The design features a blue field with a wind horse and Soyombo symbol flying above a mountain range with the wheel of Dharma surrounded by a turmen nasan border with three buhdest jewels at the top.

The Soyombo Symbol

The Soyombo symbol is used on the national flag, on the emblem and as a symbol of the Mongolian People’s Army. It features including fire, the golden sun and moon of Xiongnu, two triangles, two horizontal rectangles, ying-yang and two vertical triangles normally on a red background.

The Historical Emblems of Mongolia

Here are some examples of the historical emblems of Mongolia.

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