In the days of the Byzantine Empire, Greece had a flag with a white background and blue cross in the center. In each quarter was a “B.” The ones on the left hand side were back to front. In the 10th century the flag was blue with a white cross in the center. From this cross the letters XPI radiated. From 1431-1619 century the flag was white with a blue flag. In the center there was a picture of St. George killing the dragon. In the time of the Ottoman Empire the flag had 3 horizontal colors of red blue and red, in 1822-1969 and again in 1975-1978. The flag as we know it today has nine stripes of blue and white. On the top left side is a blue square with a white cross. It was used as the national flag from 1969-1970 and again from 1978 to the present day.
Our top-quality Greece flags conform to all official specifications. Emblems and designs are executed with the highest possible degree of accuracy in regard to detail, color shades, placement and proportion to flag size.
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