Why Does the EU Flag Have 12 Stars?

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The 12 stars on the EU flag represent the unity, solidarity and harmony shared by its members, and the wholesomeness of the Union. The stars also represent every EU citizen, and they are arranged in a circle to represent unity. The EU flag was designed by Paul Levy and Arsene Heitz back in 1955.
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The number 12 is traditionaly the symbol of perfection completeness and unity.
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The EU flag is the symbol not only of the European Union but also of Europe's unity and identity in a wider sense. The circle of gold stars represents solidarity and harmony between
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12 stars was chosen as it had no relation to any politcal agenda. originally there were going to be 15 stars as that was the number of members of the Council of Europe but West Germany
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12 representing in symbol the 12 apostles, EU is a Christian club!
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