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Burmese flags and symbols and national anthem
The new Burmese flag was adopted on October 21, 2010. Three colours - amber, greens and reds - symbolise solidity, peacefulness and calm as well as boldness and determination. Burmese coat of arms: The state emblem of Burma consists of two Chinese (mythical lions) encircled by a flange.
There is a card of Burma in the middle and a badge on it. Which kind of government does Myanmar have? In Myanmar (Burma), which language is spoken?
Burma is also known as Burma, although it is formally called the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Burma is a coastline state because almost a third of the country is bordered by the ocean. Myanmar's flag was recently adopted on 21 October 2010 to supersede the nationalist one.
This new flag is designed with three strips in orange, blue, green und orange, which are arranged to sense the area of the flag. There is a large five-pointed five-pointed asterisk in the middle. Myanmar's new flag has been redesigned. The 2006 Constitution created the flag with three evenly distributed striped lines in the colours blue, orange and amber.
In the upper lefthand upper edge, on the elevator side of the strip of grass, there is a five-pointed blank asterisk. Later, in 2007, this suggestion was amended and the whitestar shifted to the middle and became bigger. Sequence of colours has also been modified to amber, grey and redd.
The order of colours is mirrored in the flag of the state of Burma, which was used during the Japanese occupation and has a small tree with a small tree in the centre. This new flag can be considered a collection of this old flag with the old flag, the old flag with the old flag and the removal of the old one.
One of the most important things about Burma is that the Union of Burma is represented by the flag.