Flag of Singapore, East Region

Flag of Singapore, East Region

Red stands for universal brotherhood and equality of man. White symbolises pervading and everlasting purity and virtue. The crescent moon represents a young nation on the ascendant, and the five stars depict Singapore's ideals of democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality.

Red stands for universal brotherhood and equality of man. White symbolises pervading and everlasting purity and virtue. The crescent moon represents a young nation on the ascendant, and the five stars depict Singapore's ideals of democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality.

Singapore has the world's Sixth largest number of gross tonnes  (44,869,918) Dwt under its flag

Singapore has the world's Sixth largest number of gross tonnes (44,869,918) Dwt under its flag

File:Flag of Singapore.svg

File:Flag of Singapore.svg

Singapore Flag - The national flag of Singapore was first adopted in 1959, the year Singapore became self-governing within the British Empire. It was reconfirmed as the national flag when the Republic gained independence on 9 August 1965. The design is a horizontal bicolour of red above white, overlaid in the canton (upper-left quadrant) by a white crescent moon facing a pentagon of five small white five-pointed stars. Stands for universal brotherhood and equality, and national ideals.

Singapore Flag - The national flag of Singapore was first adopted in 1959, the year Singapore became self-governing within the British Empire. It was reconfirmed as the national flag when the Republic gained independence on 9 August 1965. The design is a horizontal bicolour of red above white, overlaid in the canton (upper-left quadrant) by a white crescent moon facing a pentagon of five small white five-pointed stars. Stands for universal brotherhood and equality, and national ideals.

Flag Of Singapore Throw Pillow

Flag Of Singapore Lumbar Pillow

Flag Of Singapore Throw Pillow

Singapur es un pequeño pero muy turístico país situado en Asia.  Uno de los alicientes para viajar hasta allí es el juego, legal desde 2005. Para promover este tipo de turismo se construyeron dos casinos, uno en Marina South y otro en la isla de Sentosa.    A simple vista Singapur parece una ciudad muy moderna, repleta de rascacielos, pero la realidad es que tiene numerosos parques y jardines, además de bastantes lugares de interés.

Singapur es un pequeño pero muy turístico país situado en Asia. Uno de los alicientes para viajar hasta allí es el juego, legal desde 2005. Para promover este tipo de turismo se construyeron dos casinos, uno en Marina South y otro en la isla de Sentosa. A simple vista Singapur parece una ciudad muy moderna, repleta de rascacielos, pero la realidad es que tiene numerosos parques y jardines, además de bastantes lugares de interés.

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