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Narva (Estonian pronunciation: , Russian: Нарва) is the third largest city in Estonia. It is located at the eastern extreme point of Estonia , at the Russian border, on the Narva River which drains Lake Peipus .
The national flag of Estonia (Estonian: Eesti lipp) is a tricolour featuring three equal horizontal bands of blue (top), black, and white. The normal size is 105 by 165 centimetres (41 in × 65 in). In Estonian it is colloquially called the "sinimustvalge" (literally "blue-black-white"), after the colours of the bands.
Estonian Flag Meaning: The colors of the national flag represent Estonia's history, nature and folk costumes. The blue stripe represents faith, loyalty and devotion as well as the sky, sea, and lakes.
When Estonia became one of the fifteen Sovietthe republics, the national flag was banned and the tower of Tall Hermann waving a red flag. Fifty years of blue-black-white flag was banned, but now Estonia - a sovereign state and is proud of its own flag and its history.
Narva is a city found in Ida-Virumaa, Estonia. It is located 59.38 latitude and 28.19 longitude and it is situated at elevation 30 meters above sea level. Narva has a population of 66,980 making it the biggest city in Ida-Virumaa. It operates on the CEST time zone.
Estonia Flag: The Estonia flag was officially adopted on May 8, 1990. The color blue represents loyalty, and the country's beautiful blue skies, seas and lakes; black is symbolic of past oppression and the fertile soil, and white represents virtue, winter snows, and Estonia's long struggle for freedom and independence.
Made in The USA. 2 Estonia Rayon 4"x6" Miniature Office Desk & Little Hand Waving Table Flags Includes 2 Flag Stands & 2 Small Mini Estonian Stick Flags, Also Includes Estonia Flag Lapel Pin.
Reval was the capital of Swedish Estonia, and because Swedish Estonia had the same flag as Sweden, I think it would make sense to give Reval the same flag as Sweden. Thanks for reading! Referee for the Avars, the Burgundians, Courland, Danish Estonia, Dorpat, the Gepids, Gotland, the Herulians, Livonia, the Lombards, Narva, Ösel-Wiek, Reval, Riga, and the Vandals.
The Estonian flag was first adopted in November of 1918, but being invaded by the Nazis and the Soviets made the flag's use sporadic until 1991.
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