All of our printed Turkmenistan flags are produced by a process called Dye Sublimation. The system drenches each fibre of the fabric, resulting in a flag with wonderful precise colour, and vitally the design appears perfectly on each side. 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.
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|Adopted||24th January 2001|
|Design||A plain green feed with five stacked carpet guls and a white crescent moon and five five-pointed stars.|
From 1867 the western part of Turkestan, that was to become Turkmenistan, adopted the flag of the Russian Empire. The flag is a white-blue-red horizontal tricolour.
In 1818 the area was part of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic called the Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. The flag adopted was a plain red field with ACCP in the top left corner.
In 1925 the area became the Turkmen Soviet Social Republic and adopted a new soviet flag with a dark red field, two horizontal blue stripes with a five-pointed gold outlined star, gold hammer and sicle in the top left corner.
A new flag was adopted a year after independence in 1992, it was a plain dark green field with an intricate vertical stripe on the left hand side next to a crescent moon and five white pointed stars. The stripe contanted five red carpet guls representing the Turkmen tribes and the stars represent the five provinces of Turkmenistan.
An olive branch was added to the flag in 1997 to represent the peaceful nature of the population. In 2001 the proportions were changed from 1:2 to 2:3 and a lighter green field was adopted.
The Emblem of Turkmenistan
The emblem was adopted in 2003, It features a green eight-pointed starburst symbol of Islam inside of which is a red disk with blue centre surrounded by a waxing crescent, five stars and wheat.
Inside the red disc is a blue disc with a depiction of a horse surrounded by the five carpet gulls. representing the five major tribes of Turkmenistan. The Tribes are Teke, Yomut, Arsary, Chowdur and Saryk.
The waxing crescent represents hope, the green and red colours represent the Turkmen and wheat represents welcoming guests with salt and bread.
The Historical Emblems of Turkmenistan
The First Emblem of Turkmenistan was adopted in 1992 and features all the symbols of the modern emblem but in a red bordered yellow disc. In 2000 the emblem was changed to feature a blue disc inside a red disc, inside a green disc.
The Standard of the President of Turkmenistan
The Flags of the Military of Turkmenistan
The Flag of the Turkmen Ground Forces features a plain green field with a white crescent moon and five five-pointed stars at the centre.
The Flag of the Turkmen Air Forces features a dark blue field with yellow sun and rays with the white crescent moon and five five-pointed stars at the centre.
The Flag of the Turkmen Navy features a plain white field with blue horizontal stripe in the lower portion representing the sea and a golden crescent moon and five five-pointed stars in the centre.
The Roundel of Turkmenistan is a dark-red bordered green disc with white crescent moon and five five-pointed stars at the centre.
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