The flag of Luxembourg consists of three horizontal stripes: red, white, and light blue from top to bottom. Each color carries historical and symbolic significance. The red stripe represents the nation’s strength and courage, reflecting its military prowess and resilience throughout history. The white stripe symbolizes purity, peace, and prosperity, ideals that Luxembourg strives to uphold as a modern European nation. The light blue stripe signifies loyalty and unity, highlighting Luxembourg’s commitment to its citizens and the European community.
Adopted in 1830, the flag serves as a proud emblem of Luxembourg’s identity, heritage, and values, embodying the principles of freedom, solidarity, and progress.