List of Dominican Republic flags

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This is a list of flags used in the Dominican Republic. For more information about the national flag, visit the article Flag of the Dominican Republic.

National flag[edit]

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg 1849–Present Flag of the Dominican Republic A crossed two-colored flag with the country's coat of arms in the center
Civil Ensign of the Dominican Republic.svg Civil ensign
Flag of La Trinitaria,Version 1.png 1838–1844 Early flag of the Trinitaria It was developed from the Haitian flag and was added a white cross in the center. In early version, four white stars placed vertically along the hoist, two white stars placed above and below the cross, respectively, and four white stars placed vertically along the hoist.
Flag of La Trinitaria,Version 2.png 1838–1844 Early flag of the Trinitaria, version 2
Flag of La Trinitaria,Version 3.png 1838–1844 Early flag of the Trinitaria, version 3
Flag of the Dominican Republic (up to 1844).svg 1844–1849 Flag of the Trinitaria It was developed from the Haitian flag and was added a white cross.
Flag of Cross of Burgundy.svg 1492–1795, 1809-1821 Flag of the Captaincy General of Santo Domingo The Cross of Burgundy flag represents the Spanish Empire.
Flag of France.svg 1795-1809 Flag of the Saint-Domingue The tricolour flag of the French First Republic. France came to own the whole island by the Treaty of Basel, as Spain ceded Santo Domingo as a consequence of the French Revolutionary Wars.
Flag of Spanish Haiti.svg 1821-1822 Flag of Spanish Haiti. On 9 February 1822 Jean-Pierre Boyer annexed the Spanish out of the colony of Santo Domingo, which a few months before had proclaimed its independence from Spain (30 November 1821) under the name The Republica del Haiti Español. An attempt to declare its alliance to Gran Colombia, the flag was raised in the early weeks of 1822, but it was short-lived when nine weeks later Boyer had ended the republic.
Flag of Spain (1785-1873 and 1875-1931).svg 1861-1865 Flag of Santo Domingo. In 1861, general Pedro Santana asked queen Isabella II of Spain to retake control of the Dominican Republic, after a period of only 17 years of independence. Spain, which had not come to terms with the loss of its American colonies 30 years earlier, accepted his proposal and made the country a colony again.

Dependencies flag[edit]

Flag Date Use
Flag of None.svg 1953–Present Flag of the Dominican Territorial Islands of Saona, Beata and Catalina

Provincial flags[edit]

Barahona Province
Barahona Province
Independencia Province
Independencia Province
Monseñor Nouel Province
Monseñor Nouel Province
San José de Ocoa Province
San José de Ocoa Province
Sánchez Ramírez Province
Sánchez Ramírez Province

Flags of Municipalities[edit]

Military flags[edit]

Flag Date Use Description
Bandera de las Fuerzas Armadas (Engalanada en los bordes).svg Flag of the Military of the Dominican Republic
Army flag of Dominican Republic.svg Flag of the Dominican Army
Air Force Ensign of Dominican Republic.svg Flag of the Dominican Air Force
Naval Ensign of the Dominican Republic.svg Naval Ensign
Naval Jack of the Dominican Republic.svg Naval jack of the Dominican Navy
Bandera de la Policia Nacional de La Republica Dominicana.svg Flag of the Dominican National Police
Bandera de la Defensa Civil Republica Dominicana.svg Flag of the Dominican Civil Defence

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