The flag of France, also referred to as the “Tricolour” or “Tricolore,” features three vertical stripes of blue, white, and red, in left-to-right order, all equal in width. Each color holds significant symbolism: blue signifies freedom, white represents equality, and red symbolizes fraternity.

With a ratio of 2:3, the French flag has held its status as the national emblem. It has done so since the French Revolution of 1789. Renowned globally, it has inspired numerous other national flags, embodying the principles of liberty, equality, and fraternity. Its iconic design continues to resonate as a symbol of the French Republic. It reflects the nation’s enduring commitment to democratic values and principles.