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Flag of French language by hosmich Flag of French language by hosmich
Current French tricolour is young and represents political system of France, not the language used in Belgium and Canada too. So I tried to make new Francophone flag. Known French symbols are lily and rooster. Rooster is symbol of Wallonia too, so I used it from Wallonian flag. Four lilies are in flag of Quebec, they are all white. I have two lilies yellow, as in CoAs of Canada and Spain, because yellow lily is French symbol. Upper left lily represents Quebec. Upper right lily represents Wallonia: flag of Wallonia has yellow background. Lower right lily represents Monaco: its flag has white stripe. And lower left lily represents current and former overseas areas of France. I know I use the word "lily" instead of "fleur-de-lis", but it sounds good. Background is blue, because it is common color of current republican and former monarchical flags of France.
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