Flag of Croats of Serbia

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Flag of Croats of Serbia
Zastava Hrvata u Srbiji
Flag of the Croat minority in Serbia and Montenegro.svg
Proportion 1:2
Adopted 11 June 2005
Design A horizontal tricolor of red, white, and blue with the coat of arms of Croats of Serbia in the center.
Designed by Aleksandar David

The flag of Croats of Serbia (Croatian: Zastava Hrvata u Srbiji) is one of the main symbols of the Croat minority in Serbia.

Design[edit]

It consists of three equal size, horizontal stripes in colours red, white and blue. In the center of the flag is the coat of arms of Croats of Serbia. It is similar to the flag of the Republic of Croatia, but the difference is coat of arms in the center, rather than a crown on top, like the coat of arms of Croatia.[1]

Adoption[edit]

The flag and coat of arms of Croats of Serbia were adopted on 11 June 2005 in a session of the Croat National Council, in Subotica.[1]

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