Nyl-Glo Poland Flag-Assorted Sizes
Split laterally into two equal halves, the Polish is made up of two colors; white, which occupies the upper half, and red, which consumes the lower half. The red symbolizes the blood shed in the country's fight for independence and the white symbolizes peace. While the current flag was adopted in 1990, red and white have been the national colors of Poland since 1831, when the country proclaimed independence from Russia.
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