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For more information about the current national flag, visit Flag of Aloia.

This is a list of historic flags used by and in Aloia. This includes national, state, military, and historical flags.

National flags

Flag Date Use Description
Green cross
1593-present National flag. Green field with a white Aloian cross.
Merchant flag
1905-present. Merchant flag Seven horizontal stripes of green and white, alternating.
Natl seal
1905-present Flag of the Government of Aloia. Flown when the Legislature is in session. Red field,defaced with a white diamond, defaced with the seal of Aloia.
Tordenfla
1903-present Standard of House Tordenskjold. Four quarters, the first and fourth depicting the Aloian Cross, and the second and third a red field with the Tordenskjold lion.

Current state flags

Flag Date Use Description Notes
Aranas
Flag of Aransas Two halves: the hoist half has a Pampas cross in Argentine blue, the other half seven stripes, alternating green and white.
Cao2
Flag of Arcadia A yellow field, with the coat of arms of Arcadia, with a black swan and white swan, the Southern Cross to the left.
Oranplei
Flag of Attica Six stripes, white and orange alternating, with the Pleiades on a blue field in the canton. The Pleides are an ancient symbol of Aloia, one that became more significant in the colonial era.
Tricol2
Flag of Bohemia Horizontal tricolor of green, white, red.
Camposteblue
Flag of Campostella Vertical bicolor of Campostella blue and white. Campostella blue is a unique color, originally produced by shells from the northern beaches.
Consa
Flag of Constance A white field with a red cross.
Horsfa
Flag of Dakota Red field with St. Fargeau upon a horse.
Meskonsing cross
Flag of Danmark Red field with a white Baltic cross.
Freedanz-0
Flag of Danzig Green-orange-white tricolor defaced with the coat of arms of Danzig. The coat of arms of Danzig includes the Gryphon of Pomerania.
Faero
Flag of Faeroe Green-yellow-green tricolor with a stylized viking ship.
Lionfla3
Flag of Finland Red field defaced with the Lion of Finland. The lion was an ancient symbol of the Suomi royal ducal family and is preserved in the flag.
Common8
Flag of Helluland Blue field defaced with Helluland's coat of arms. The ten maple leaves represent the ten states of Anacostia.
Qucit
Flag of Honduras A blue field with a yellow ship on it, a stylized white boundary around the field.
Ingria3
Flag of Iceland Blue field with a red Baltic cross.
Lionfla2
Flag of Ingria 9 stripes, white and blue alternating, with the Lion of Finland in the canton. The inclusion of the Lion of Finland reflects Ingria's history as a territory of Finland.
Lionfla
Flag of Karelia 9 stripes, yellow and red alternating, with the Lion of Finland in the canton. The inclusion of the Lion of Finland reflects Karelia's history as a territory of Finland.
Knz
Flag of Konza Navy blue field with a gold Baltic cross.
Lowersilesiafla
Flag of Lower Silesia A yellow field defaced with the Eagle of Silesia.
Eston
Flag of Mariana Black Baltic cross on a field halved horizontally, upper half blue, lower half white.
Common4
Flag of Markland Blue field defaced with the Markland coat of arms The ten maple leaves represent the ten states of Anacostia.
White cross
Flag of Minnesota White field with a green Baltic cross
Moravifa
Flag of Moravia A blue field defaced with the Moravian eagle.
Free inoka
Flag of Natal White field with a traditional Natal pattern red and white Baltic cross. The red pattern represents the Inoka. The white pattern represents the Winnebago.
Newbrig
Flag of New Brighton A golden sun with sun-rays on a blue field.
Nowafla
Flag of Nordland A red field with a white and blue Aloian cross.
Fotfla
Flag of Oklahoma Black, red, and white stripes with a black fortress and six red stars.
Eindo2
Flag of Olympia Five stripes, alternating green and white, with two stripes at the hoist, green and white.
Pam
2016-present Flag of Pampas White field with an Argentine blue St. George's cross, defaced with the Rose of Pampas.
Patacross
2012-present Flag of Patagonia Argentine blue field with a white Baltic cross.
Pomeraniafla
Flag of Pomerania A yellow field, with the gryphon, a symbol of Pomerania, depicted
Pegafla
Flag of Pontus Horizontal bicolor of red and blue, defaced with a Pegasus, the symbol of Pontus.
Caye
Flag of Saint Helena
Stpete
Flag of Saint Petersburg Red field with a white Baltic cross, defaced with the seal of the Free City of Saint Petersburg
Guaq
Flag of Salinas 5 stripes, alternating Argentine blue and white, with three stars. The three stars represent Salinas' three large salt lakes.
Germa
Flag of Saxony Horizontal tricolor triband, consisting of black, red, and gold.
Caraca
Flag of Sonora Dark red field, defaced with the coat of arms of Sonora.
Colonial flag
Flag of South Vinland 6 stripes, alternating white and orange, with the Aloian flag in the canton.
Zeestrau
Flag of Straumsey Seven wavy stripes, alternating blue and white, defaced with the coat of arms of Straumsey.
Swefra
Flag of Sudetenland Blue, white, and yellow tricolor with crown of Aloia.
Sveal
Flag of Svealand Blue field with a gold Baltic cross
Argenflag
2016-present Flag of Tajo Argentine blue field with a white Baltic cross, charged with a Sun of May.
Uppersilesiafla
Flag of Upper Silesia A blue field defaced with the Eagle of Silesia.
Dakota
1849-present Flag of Victoria Green field with a white saltire.
Vinlndfl-0
Flag of Vinland Orange field with Southern Cross, with the Aloian flag in the canton.
Laspalmas
Flag of Wessex Half blue, half white, defaced with the seal of Wessex.
Westfal
Flag of Westphalia White Baltic cross on a quartered field. First and fourth are blue, second and third are red.
Oranfla
Flag of Wonderstrand An orange field, defaced with the coat of arms of Wonderstrand, and the Aloian flag in the canton.

Military flags

Flag Date Use Description
Military jack
1905-present Military ensign of Aloia. Also used as a naval jack.

Historical flags

Flag Date Use Description
Baltic flag
1417-1593 Flag of the Baltic League. Blue field with a white Baltic cross.
Konza
1848-1849 State flag and civil ensign, used by short-lived Republic of Aloia, also currently used by some republican factions and as an alternate national flag. Horizontal bicolour triband, green and white.
Aloia flag 3
1742-2001 Former flag of Konza City, replaced by the current flag in 2001. Horizontal tricolour of white, sky blue, violet.
Victoria banner
Standard of House Aurelius. Four quarters, the first and fourth depicting the Aloian cross, the second and third bearing the Aurelius ring of roses.

City and area flags

Flag Date Use Description
Three crown
1734-present Flag of the city of Halle Horizontal triband of green and white, defaced with three crowns, representing the Peace of Halle. Two crowns are dark gray, representing Konza and Minnesota, and the third is light gray, representing Saxony.
Aloia flag 9
2001-present Flag of the city of Konza City Violet field defaced with a stylized white sunflower.
Aloiatricolour
1903-present Flag of the city of Milwaukee Horizontal tricolour of green, white, and red.
Svet
1856-present Flag of the city of Minneapolis Divided into quarters, with the first and fourth quarters consisting of a white cross on green field and gold and green stripes, and a white field in the second and third quarters.
St john
1892-present Flag of the city of San Juan Bautista A white field, defaced with the seal of San Juan.
Nelson
1867-present Flag of the city of Uppsala Archbishop's mitre on a blue field above blue and white stylized waves and a black cross.
Green cross erik
1849-present Flag of the city of Zumbrota Green field, covered by a white Baltic cross, with the coat of arms of Zumbrota, depicting King Saint Erik.

Other flags

Flag Date Use Description
Church flag
1973-present Flag of the Lutheran Council, used in Aloia and areas under Church of Aloia's jurisdiction. Red field charged with the badge of the Lutheran Council.
Ch al alt
1973-present Flag of the Lutheran Council, used all the world, excluding areas under the jurisdiction of the Church of Aloia. Blue field charged with the badge of the Lutheran Council.