The Slovenia flag was officially adopted on June 24, 1991.         Red, white and blue are traditional Pan-Slavic colors. The Slovenian coat of arms features three gold stars, said to be symbolic of the Duchy of Celje arms. The mountains shown in white are representative of the Alps, and the wavy blue lines across the bottom indicate Slovenia's valuable access to the sea.

The Slovenia flag was officially adopted on June 24, 1991. Red, white and blue are traditional Pan-Slavic colors. The Slovenian coat of arms features three gold stars, said to be symbolic of the Duchy of Celje arms. The mountains shown in white are representative of the Alps, and the wavy blue lines across the bottom indicate Slovenia's valuable access to the sea.

The Slovenia flag was officially adopted on June 24, 1991.     Red, white and blue are traditional Pan-Slavic colors. The Slovenian coat of arms features three gold stars, said to be symbolic of the Duchy of Celje arms. The mountains shown in white are representative of the Alps, and the wavy blue lines across the bottom indicate Slovenia's valuable access to the sea.

The Slovenia flag was officially adopted on June 24, 1991. Red, white and blue are traditional Pan-Slavic colors. The Slovenian coat of arms features three gold stars, said to be symbolic of the Duchy of Celje arms. The mountains shown in white are representative of the Alps, and the wavy blue lines across the bottom indicate Slovenia's valuable access to the sea.

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