The Flag of Scotland, (Scottish Gaelic: Bratach na h-Alba, Scots: Banner o
Scotland), also known as St Andrew's Cross or the Saltire, is the national flag of ...
Find detailed information on Scotland's national flag, the Saltire, or St Andrews
cross, and its origins as it's believed to be the oldest flag in Europe.
The Saltire and Lion rampant - just why does Scotland have two separate flags?
The National Flag of Scotland is the 'Saltire'. Learn the fascinating history behind
the design of the official scottish flag here.
The white X-shaped cross on the Scottish Flag
represents the Christian martyr Saint Andrew, who is the Patron Saint of Scotland
. White stands for peace and honesty and the field of blue represents vigilance, truth and loyalty, perserverance and justice.
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167. PROCEEDINGS. The story of Scotland's flag has to start with the story of our
modern patron Saint, Andrew (before the 9th. Century St. Colum Cheile (or ...
Jun 13, 2015 ... Scottish districts and municipalities. * The asterisk indicates the flag is listed in
the UK Flag Registry and can be flown without special planning ...
Meaning of the Scottish flags, the saltire and the Lion Rampart or Rampant and
photos of other symbols such as the Celtic Cross, thistle and heather.
There is another Scottish Flag which is called the 'Royal Flag' of Scotland or the '
Rampant Lion'. It bears the emblem of a red lion raised up on its hind quarters ...
The Scotland flag flies prominently in a variety of places throughout the nation.
The photo below shows the Scottish icon on top of the Royal Scottish Academy in