Flag of Texas
Adopted January 24, 1839
Designed by (unknown)
Proportions 2:3

The flag of Texas, also called the Lone Star Flag, consists of a blue vertical stripe at the hoist, and two equal horizontal stripes in the remaining area, the top stripe white, and the bottom stripe red. The blue stripe is one-third the length of the flag. In the center of the blue stripe is a white five-pointed star.


The true symbolism of the flag is unknown; however, the single (Lone) star on the canton symbolizes the state's fight for independence.


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