🇬🇪 Flag of Georgia

Flag of Georgia

The flag of Georgia was adopted in January 2004 after the so-called "Rose Revolution", therefore it is one of the newest flags. At that time, it was a symbol of the National Movement of newly elected President Saakashvili. It consists of large red St. George cross that reaches the edges of the flag, and four smaller red crosses placed in the middle of each of the resulting fields. The origin of the flag dates back to the 14th century, when an unknown Franciscan monk mentioned the "white-colored veil with five red crosses." The cross is also similar to the cross of Jerusalem, which was used by the conquerors of the Holy Land during a period when many monasteries were founded in Georgia as a demonstration of their faith.

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Main information

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Country Georgia
Capital city Tbilisi
Continent Asia
Population 4,483,800 (2013)
Total area 69,700 km2
Formation 9. 4. 1991
Highest point Mt'a Shkhara (5,201 m)
GDP $ 5,842 (IMF, 2012)
Currency georgian lari (GEL)
Code GE (GEO)
Calling code +995
Internet TLD .ge

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Name of country in other languages

Czech Gruzie (Tbilisi)
English Georgia (Tbilisi)
German Georgien (Tiflis)
French Géorgie (Tbilissi)
Italian Georgia (Tblisi)
Spanish Georgia (Tiflis)
Russian Грузия (Тбилиси)
Slovak Gruzínsko (Tbilisi)
Polish Gruzja (Tbilisi)
Portuguese Geórgia (Tbilisi)
Chinese 喬治亞 (第比利斯)
Japanese ジョージア (トビリシ)
Turkish Georgia (Tiflis)
Norwegian Georgia (Tbilisi)
Swedish Georgia (Tbilisi)
Hungarian Georgia (Tbiliszi)
Dutch Georgia (Tbilisi)
Danish Georgia (Tbilisi)
Finnish Georgia (Tbilisi)
Hebrew ג'ורג'יה (טביליסי)