Size: 3' x 5'
The state flag of Arizona consists of 13 rays of red and yellow fanning out across the top. This is to resemble the firey sunsets the state witnesses every evening. The usage of red and yellow are directly inspired by the desert landscape of the state. The center of the flags holds a single star that is of copper coloring and is used to represent the abundant resource of Copper throughout the state. The flag was adopted in 1917 and continues to fly in Phoenix to this day.
Flag Material: Polyester
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