Nyl-Glo Greece Flag-Assorted Sizes
The current flag, which was adopted in 1978, consists of nine alternating blue and white horizontal stripes of equal width ‚¬Å“ with both the top and bottom stripe being blue. At the top left corner of the Greek flag is a white cross centered on a blue base. The stripes, some believe, stand for the nine syllables of the Greek patriots' motto: 'Eleutheria e Thanatos' meaning 'Freedom or Death', while the cross symbolizes Greek Orthodoxy, the established religion of the country. The blue and white colors are meant to symbolize the sea, sky, and purity of the country's struggle for freedom and independence.
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