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List of Chilean flags This is a list of flags used in . For more information about the national flag, visit the article Chile . Flag of Chile
National flags [ edit ]
National flag, State flag, State ensign, Civil ensign and War ensign Three cantons. In superior level, a blue square to the left with a white five-ponted star within, and a white rectangle to the right. In the inferior level, a red rectangle.
Naval Jack A squared blue flag with a star in the center
Presidential standard [ edit ]
Regions [ edit ]
See: Regions of Chile
Tarapacá Region White flag with the coat of arms of Tarapacá Region in the center.
Antofagasta Region Blue flag with the Regional Intendance logo
1859 (in revolution), 2003-
Flag of Atacama Region Blue field with a yellow star in center.
Coquimbo Region Blue flag with a white star in the left down corner. To the top, in the middle, a yellow sun and a light blue sky. In the right superior side, a green land with dark green bands.
Valparaíso Region Blue flag with the regional coat of arms in the center.
Flag of the
O'Higgins Region White flag with the regional coat of arms in the center.
2002 (last modification)
Maule Region White flag with the regional coat of arms in the center.
Biobío Region White flag with the regional coat of arms in the center.
Araucanía Region (unofficial) Three horizontal stripes (blue, white and red) with the regional coat of arms in the center.
Los Lagos Region Two horizontal stripes (green and blue), with the
Southern Cross in the left superior corner.
Flag of Magallanes and Antártica Chilena Region Dark blue field with a
Southern Cross white stars drawn horizontally. In the down, a design of six gold hills, over them six white chevrons.
Santiago Metropolitan Region Dark grey flag with the Regional Government logo in the center.
Flag of Los Ríos Region White field crossed by three waved bands yellow, green and blue, and a circle formed by twelve gold stars in the center.
Arica and Parinacota Region White flag with the Regional Government logo in the center.
Comunal flags [ edit ]
Indigenous peoples [ edit ]
Wenufoye, the Flag of Mapuche people Five horizontal strips. In the top and down, two black stripes with twelve white
gemil ("diamonds") each one. In the center, three light blue, green and red stripes. In the center, a yellow kultrun ("ceremonial drum") with red lines and pictures.
Reimiro, the Flag of Rapa Nui people White field with a red
Reimiro (a traditional religious figure sculpted in wood).
Alacaluf people Two blue and green triangles divided by a white sash. In the blue triangle, a brown 8-point star. In the green triangle, a human figure made with brown circles.
Historical flags [ edit ]
16th and 17th centuries Mapuche military flag during the
Arauco War Blue field with a
(eight-pointed star). guñelve
Mapuche flag, used by Lautaro forces, in Arauco War
Light blue gemil with a guñelve star bordered by black triangles
Burgundy Cross, flag of the Spanish forces in Arauco War and flag of the Spanish Overseas Territories A red saltire resembling two crossed, roughly-pruned (knotted) branches, on a white field.
Spanish national flag and war ensign
First National Flag, also called
Bandera de la Patria Vieja ("Old Fatherland Flag") Three horizontal strips blue, white and yellow.
Alternative version of the First Chilean flag
Different order of the strips, with the first Chilean coat of arms and a red
Cruz de Santiago (Cross of St. James) in the top left corner.
Flag of the Andes, ensign of the Army of the Andes, now the provincial flag of Mendoza (Argentina) Two rectangles, white and light blue, with the coat of arms in the center.
Second National Flag, also called
Bandera de Transición ("Trasitory flag") A Similar tricolour to
flag of Yugoslavia, Three horizontal strips blue, white and red.
1818,only a few days
A Similar tricolour to
flag of Russia, Three horizontal strips white, blue and red, with a white star in blue strip.
First design of the actual flag, also called
Bandera de la Independencia ("Independence Flag") A Similar to flags of
Texas, Poland and Czechoslovakia, and to actual ensign for Chilean Independence flag, with the coat of arms in the center, and a black eight-pointed star within the white five-pointed star.
Flag of the
Kingdom of Araucanía and Patagonia Three horizontal strips blue, white and green.
Flag of the Kingdom of
Easter Island Similar to actual
flag, with four black Reimiro manutaras (mythological bird) in each corner.
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