Mexico's first largest monumental flag was the one located at the Mirador del Obispado in Monterrey (northeast) with a pole of 120 tons and 100.6 meters in height. The flag measures 50 by 28.6 meters and weighs 230 kilograms, four times the size of most other monumental flags at the time.
Civil and state flag and ensign of Japan. Flag ratio: 2:3. This flag was designed by Proclamation No. 127, 1999. The sun-disc is perfectly centered and is a brighter shade of red. February 27, 1870 – August 12, 1999: Civil and state flag and ensign of the Empire of Japan, and the Japanese state. Flag ratio: 7:10.
At first glance this is a horrible butt-cushion of a flag. But squint your eyes, and look at what’s going on here. You got a dude sporting what we'll assume is a crooked Twins hat toiling the land; you got homegirl in the back riding dirty on some horse; and don’t miss the trees for the forest, or in this case, the flowers surrounding the emblem.
Belize gained its independence from Great Britain in 1981, and the young nation has one of the most intricately designed flags of any country in the world. The flag of Belize was designed after a long political process involving all the stakeholders in the country.
Dominican Republic Flag: The flag of the Dominican Republic was designed by founding father Juan Pablo Duarte, and adopted in 1844. It is centered with a white cross that extends to the edges and divides the flag into four rectangles. The color blue is for liberty, red for the blood of heroes, and white for salvation.
The Flag of Somalia (Somali: Calanka Soomaaliyaa, Arabic: علم الصومال ), also known as the Somali Flag, is the official flag of the Federal Republic of Somalia. Adopted on October 12, 1954, it was designed by Mohammed Awale Liban. The flag was used for the nascent Somali Republic.