Facts about the French Flag
The flag of France is a simple tri-colour design, consisting of three vertical stripes of blue, white and red. The French flag was first used as a national ensign in 1794, before being officially re-adopted in 1830 as the country’s national flag. The French flag played a prominent role in the storming of the Bastille, making it a recognizable flag around the world.
The flag of France has a similar design to many European countries, including the flag of Italy, the flag of Ireland and the flag of the Netherlands. At Eloquent, we have a huge range of world flags for sale from a range of European countries and beyond, no matter which country you’re looking to represent, you’ll find a high quality polyester flag to suit you.