The flag of Liechtenstein consists of two horizontal bands of blue (top) and red with a gold crown in the upper left corner. The blue symbolizes the sky and mountains, highlighting Liechtenstein’s Alpine landscape and the aspirations of its people. T red represents the principality’s deep-rooted commitment to the principles of liberty and independence. The golden crown signifies the sovereign status of Liechtenstein as a principality.

The country flag’s design dates back to 1764 and remains a powerful emblem of Liechtenstein’s heritage and national identity. It evokes the country’s rich history, mountainous terrain, and enduring commitment to sovereignty and freedom.