Here are nine sets of flags that exhibit varying degrees of similarity.
- Chad and Romania. Chad, flag of; Romania, flag of Encyclopedia Britannica.
- Senegal and Mali.
- Indonesia and Monaco.
- New Zealand and Australia.
- Ireland and Côte d'Ivoire.
- Norway and Iceland.
- Venezuela, Ecuador, and Colombia.
- Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
Accordingly, why do the Netherlands and Luxembourg have the same flag?
The flags are of the Netherlands and of Luxembourg (as they are known internationally) are similar, but not the same, and it's just a coincidence, nothing to do with having any common origin. Recently the blue has been defined as 299 in the Pantone Matching System, unlike the 286 blue in the flag of the Netherlands.
What is the meaning of the Luxembourg flag?
The flag of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish: Lëtzebuerger Fändel, German: Flagge Luxemburgs, French: Drapeau du Luxembourg) consists of three horizontal stripes, red, white and blue, and can be in 1:2 or 3:5 ratio. It was first used between 1845 and 1848 and officially adopted on 23 June 1972.
Do Chad and Romania have the same flag?
Almost identical to the Republic of Chad's flag, Romania's also has three vertical stripes of nearly the same colour. The only difference being that the blue is lighter on the flag of Romania or more specifically, 'cobalt' opposed to Chad's 'indigo' shade.