The flag of Spain, known as the “La Rojigualda” or “The Red-Yellow,” consists of three horizontal stripes. Red on the top and bottom, with a larger yellow stripe in the middle. The origins of these colors trace back to the Kingdom of Aragon and the Crown of Castile, which united to form modern Spain. The coat of arms features the Pillars of Hercules, a crown, and the royal crown with laurel wreaths. It adorns the yellow stripe towards the hoist side. This emblem symbolizes Spain’s historical ties to exploration, trade, and its maritime prowess. The flag is a proud representation of Spain’s rich cultural heritage and its enduring spirit of unity and strength.