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Cool World Flag Facts

• The American flag has 50 stars. Each star represents one state. It also has 13 red and white stripes which represent the original 13 colonies.

• The tri-colors of the Mexican Flag were adopted after they won independence from Spain.

• The large red circle on the Japanese Flag represents the rising sun.

• The Nepalese flag is the only country flag in the world that is not rectangular. It is actually composed of two pennants (one sideways triangle atop of another).

• The largest star on the Australian flag has 7 points and is known as the Commonwealth star. The smallest star on the flag only has 5 points.

• The Lion on the original Ethiopian flag represents the Lion of Judah.

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