What is the real flag of Paris?
The “tricolore” (three-colour) flag is an emblem of the Fifth Republic. It had its origins in the union, at the time of the French Revolution, of the colours of the King (white) and the City of Paris (blue and red). Today, the “tricolour” flies over all public buildings.
How old is French flag?
Flag of France
|Adopted||5 March 1848|
|Design||A vertical tricolour of blue, white, and red|
|Designed by||Lafayette, Jacques-Louis David|
|Variant flag of French Republic|
What Colour is French flag?
Article 2 of the Fifth Republic’s Constitution states the national emblem is the blue, red and white flag. This three-coloured flag, visible on public buildings, during commemorations and sports events, results from a long evolution. A legacy from the Revolution and the Republic, it symbolizes the French Nation.