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Lebanon Flag


Lebanon Flag of high quality satin, serves both exterior and interior, no depainting or shrink with washing.High resistance to atmospheric agents thanks to its double stitched with nylon thread and two rings for the mast, standard size. 100% quality guarantee.

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A bit of History  


Since the seventeenth century, the Maronite Christians of Lebanon cedar used as an emblem of their white flags. The first use certain information was in October 1848. The short-lived republic of Kisrawan proclaimed 1858, used this flag. In World War I Lebanese soldiers (in the Ottoman army) used a flag consisting of a red St. Andrew's cross on a white background and dark green cedar top, but it was a military and national flag. The 1918 Lebanese hoisted the white flag with green cedar in the bottom according to the design of the writer emigrated Shukri al-Khouri and Naum Labaki, prepared before the Lebanese revolt of 1918, which preceded the French occupation. This flag was used from 1919 under the authority of the Majlis or the Administrative Council. The region occupied by the French in 1919, the Sikes-Picot agreement of 1916 between France and Great Britain came into force, leaving Lebanon as part of the Mandate of Syria (after the San Remo Conference in April 1920). At the outbreak of fighting against the king of Syria, which kingdom was nominally Lebanon, the Greater Lebanon became independent under French mandate. The general said Gourad French possession of the Bekaa districts, Hasbaia, Baalbeck and Rashaia the August 3, 1920, which traditionally were part of Syria, considering the base of Greater Lebanon, which was proclaimed in Beirut on September 1 1920 with retaining borders Lebanon today.

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Height1.00 m / 3.3 ft
Width1.50 m / 4.95 ft
Weight150 Gr
Coloraccording to picture
CompositionRaso - Estampación
BANDERA PAISESContinente Asiático

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