Flag of Creeperopolis

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Creeperopolis
Flag of Creeperopolis (1933–present)
NamesBandera Nacional, El Negro y Blanco
UseNational flag and ensign National flag and ensign
Proportion970:1,949 (approximately 1:2)
Adopted
  • 15 September 1935 (de facto)
  • 4 October 1949 (de jure)
DesignA battlement-style horizontal bicolor of black (top) and white (bottom), with the Creeperian coat of arms in the center and the Papal coat of arms in the hoist canton.
Designed byJosé Quiñónez Cañas
Civil flag of Creeperopolis
Variant flag of Creeperopolis
UseCivil flag and ensign Civil flag and ensign
Proportion970:1,949 (approximately 1:2)
Adopted
  • 15 September 1935 (de facto)
  • 4 October 1949 (de jure)
DesignA battlement-style horizontal bicolor of black (top) and white (bottom).

The national flag of Creeperopolis (Creeperian SpanishCreeperian: Բանդերա դե Ծրեեպերօպոլիս; Creeperian Spanish – Iberic: Bandera de Creeperópolis) is a horizontal banner which consists of a black and white bicolor superseded by in the center by the national coat of arms and in the upper right canton by the Papal coat of arms. It was initially adopted by the Adolfisto on 25 December 1845 and used until 31 December 1887, when it was relinquished by the Second Parliament. The flag was readopted by the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council on 2 January 1933 and was made the country's official flag on 4 October 1949. Its official proportions are 1,120 to 1,949 (symbolic of the rise of the House of Martínez in 1120 and the Creeperian Initiative in 1949), although the flag is most commonly rendered in a 1 to 2 ratio for simplicity.

Specifications

Legal framework

Colors

The primary colors of the flag are black and white.

Color Hexadecimal code
Black (Negro) #1A1A1A
White (Blanco) #FFFFFF

The secondary colors of the flag are gold, red, light gray, dark gray, and green.

Color Hexadecimal code
Gold (Oro) #F8C401
Red (Rojo) #BB0921
Light gray (Gris claro) #C0C0C0
Dark gray (Gris oscuro) #8B8B8B
Green (verde) #2B8557

Design

Officially, the black on the flag represents the "determination of the Creeperian people" and the white represents "the peace the people of the nation work towards." The inter-linked box-pattern symbolizes that determination is necessary for peace.

Flag protocol

Armed forces flags

Branch Flag Description
Creeperian Armed Forces
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A horizontal triband of blue and white with the
coat of arms of the Ministry of Defense located
in the center, crossing into all three bands of the flag.
Creeperian Army
Creeperian Army.jpeg
A gold saw-toothed cross straddled by black on
the top and bottom and white on the left and right.
Creeperian Navy
Creeperian Navy.jpeg
A gold saw-toothed cross straddled by white on
the top and bottom and black on the left and right.
Creeperian Air Force
Creeperian Air Force.jpeg
A white saw-toothed cross on a black background.
Creeperian Imperial Guard
Creeperian Imperial Guard.jpeg
A gold saw-toothed cross on a white background.
National Intelligence Directorate
DINA FLAG.jpeg
A black saw-toothed cross on a white background.

History

Old Kingdom and Emirate

New Kingdom

First Parliamentary Era

Empire

Second Parliamentary Era

Creeperian Civil War

Modern usage

Departmental flags

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of Abdan Department.png ?-present Departmental Flag of Abdan A horizontal tricolor of green, yellow, and green, with the emblem of the department on the center of the flag.
Flag of Adolfosburg.jpg ?-present Departmental Flag of Adolfosburg A horizontal tricolor of black, white, and black, with the coat of arms of the department on the hoist side.
Flag of Atlántida Department.png 1949-present Departmental Flag of Atlántida A horizontal tricolor of gold, white, and black.
Flag of New Granada.svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of Atlántida del Sur A vertical tricolor of red, blue, and gold.
Flag of Castilliano.png 1949-present Departmental Flag of Castilliano A white banner with the Cross of Creeperopolis in the center.
Creeperopolis1231.png 1949-present Departmental Flag of San Juan A swallowtail horizontal bicolor of black and white with a hole in the hoist side.
Flag of Helam Department.png ?-present Departmental Flag of Helam A horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and red, with a yellow triangle on the hoist.
Islaatlantidaflag.jpeg 1949-present Departmental Flag of Isla Atlántida A horizontal tricolor of yellow, blue, and yellow, with green land, a tree, and a whitehouse in the blue band.
Flag of Jakiz Department.png ?-present Departmental Flag of Jakiz A triborder of red, yellow, and green, with an eight pointed star in the center.
Flag of La'Libertad.png ?-present Departmental Flag of La'Libertad del Norte A blue banner with a white cross.
Flag of the Cabañas Department.svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of La'Libertad del Sur A banner with blue on the hoist and red on the fly separated by a white vertile wave.
Flag of La'Unión.png ?-present Departmental Flag of La'Unión A verticle tricolor of yellow, white, and red, with the coat of arms of the department in the center.
Flag of Costa Rica (1821-1823).svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of Nuevo Atlántida A verticle tricolor of blue, gold, and blue.
Creeperopolis1232.png 1232-present Departmental Flag of Salvador A swallowtail horizontal bicolor of black and white.
Usulutan flag.png ?-present Departmental Flag of San Luís A horizontal tricolor of green, white, and purple, with twenty-four gold stars in the white band.
Flag of San Miguel Department.png ?-present Departmental Flag of San Miguel A horizontal tricolor of red, white, and blue, with the coat of arms of the department in the center.
Flag of La Guajira.svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of San Pablo A horizontal bicolor of green and white.
Flag of San Pedro.png ?-present Departmental Flag of San Pedro A horizontal tricolor of blue, white, and yellow.
Flag of San Romero.png ?-present Departmental Flag of San Romero A horizontal segmented double tricolor of red, white, and yellow, and blue, white, and blue.
Flag of San Salvador.jpeg 1949-present Departmental Flag of San Salvador A horizontal seven striped banner of black and white with a red canton square with the coat of arms of the department in the canton.
Flag of Chile (1817-1818).svg ?-present Departmental Flag of San Salvador del Norte A horizontal seven stripped banner of black and white with a red canton square with the coat of arms of the department in the canton.
Flag of Guatemala (1858–1871).svg ?-present Departmental Flag of Santa Ana A horizontal seven striped banner of blue, white, red, and gold.
Flag of Ecuador (1822).svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of Santa María A white banner with a blue canton square with a five pointed star in the canton.
Senvardep.jpeg 1839-present Departmental Flag of Senvar A horizontal five striped banner of black, gold, and red.
Sonsatepanflag.png 1839-present Departmental Flag of Sonsatepan A horizontal tricolor of red, black, and red.
100px 1949-present Departmental Flag of Sonsonate A horizontal tricolor of blue, white, and green, with the coat of arms of the department in the center.
Bandera Provincia Sucumbíos.svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of Costa Rica A horizontal tricolor of green, white, and yellow.
Bandera Provincia Zamora Chinchipe.svg 1949-present Departmental Flag of Cantoño A horizontal tricolor of white, green, and yellow.
Flag of Zapatista.png ?-present Departmental Flag of Zapatista A horizontal tricolor of red, white, and green, with a blue triangle on the hoist.

See also