If the design of Angola's national flag reminds you of the communist symbol of the former Soviet Union, you're not alone. The symbol in the middle of the flag is a crossed cog wheel (representing industry) and a machete (representing the peasantry and the armed struggle). The flag was adopted in 1975 when Angola was ruled by a Marxist government, and thus was supposed to evoke the image of the hammer and sickle found on the flag of the former soviet union.
Our premium 2ft x 3ft Polyester Angola indoor flags are made of durable polyester with header tape and 2 metal grommets. Flag is dye-sublimated with beautiful bold colors. Printed on one side all the way through the fabric. Double-stitched around all edges with 4 rows of stitching on fly edge. These flags can be used outside for a limited time.
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