Greece and its various entities have had numerous flags over the years.

National Flags

Flag Date Use Description
83DD-GFedFlagRoyal.png Since October 2011 The current flag of the Greek Federation was adopted following coronation of Nikolaos I as Emperor in October of 2011. It is a variation of the flag adopted by the constitutional convention in Skyros in 2010. Three vertical stripes of White, Blue, and Black, bearing at both sides a silver coloured cross with equal arms and a tip formed in the middle of the lower end of the vertical arm. Τhe areas adjoining to the cross have the same colour with flag, and bear four betas, the cross bounded with a golden coloured line forming an escutcheon which totally surrounded by two golden coloured laurel branches forming circle, intersecting under the tip in cross. Forming a semi circle below are nine gold stars and the double headed eagle. Above the laurel branches rests a golden crown, signifying the monarchy.
83DD-GFedFlag.png March 2010-October 2011 This flag of the Greek Federation was adopted following the constitutional convention in Skyros in 2010. Three vertical stripes of White, Blue, and Black, bearing at both sides a silver coloured cross with equal arms and a tip formed in the middle of the lower end of the vertical arm. Τhe areas adjoining to the cross have the same colour with flag, and bear four betas, the cross bounded with a golden coloured line forming an escutcheon which totally surrounded by two golden coloured laurel branches forming circle, intersecting under the tip in cross. Forming a semi circle below are nine gold stars and the double headed eagle.
Greek Saltire.PNG In use since 1994 as both naval ensign and flag of the Confederation. The flag of the Confederation of Greece was used to identify members of the Confederation and was flown alongside the flags of the individual states. Has remained the naval ensign since the adoption of a new flag in 2010. A blue saltire on a white field with nine gold stars representing the members of the confederation.
Flag of Greece.png in use since 1822 (as naval ensign), and since 1978 sole national flag. This flag was adopted by the First National Assembly at Epidaurus in January 1822 as the flag variant for use at sea. Between 1822-1978, this flag was used at sea and for foreign service. In 1978, it was established as the sole national flag and also as the war and civil Ensign.

Nine equal horizontal stripes of blue alternating with white. There is a blue canton in the upper hoist-side corner bearing a white cross

State and Territorial Flags

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of Greece.png 1978 Flag of Hellenic Republic

Nine equal horizontal stripes of blue alternating with white. There is a blue canton in the upper hoist-side corner bearing a white cross

Naxosflag2.png 1984 Flag of Delian League A flag based on the coat of arms of the medieval Duchy of Naxos, with a blue stripe diagonally across a white field, and a version of the Greek coat of arms on it.
Flag of the Septinsular Republic.png 1984 Flag of Heptanesa A gold lion of St Mark on a field of Blue
83DD-MoreaFlag.png 1984 Flag of Morea A golden cross on a field of red bearing four golden betas.
83DD-AgionOrosFlag.png 2010 Flag of Agion Oros Nine equal horizontal stripes of blue alternating with white. There is a blue canton in the upper hoist-side corner bearing a white double headed eagle.
Rhodes flag.png 1985 Flag of Dodecanese Republic A modification of the pre-1978 Greek flag, the deer emblem of Rhodes has been centrally placed on a slightly lightened blue field, with a copper-colored cross replacing the white, signifying the ancient Colossus of Rhodes.
83DD-CyrenaicaFlag.png 1990 Flag of Cyrenaica A golden cross on a field of green bearing four golden betas
83DD-CyprusFlag.png 2010 Flag of Cyprus A field of blue bearing at both sides a silver colored cross with equal arms and a tip formed in the middle of the lower end of the vertical arm. Τhe areas adjoining to the cross have the same color with flag, the cross bounded with a golden colored line forming an escutcheon which totally surrounded by two golden colored laurel branches forming circle, intersecting under the tip in cross. Over the cross is a red lion argent
83DD-KemetFlag.png 2010 Flag of Kemet Three verticle bars of White, Black, and Blue, bearing a golden Coptic Cross.
83DD-ThraceFlag2.png 1996 Flag of the Thrace Reclamation Zone A Golden Imperial Double-headed eagle, the symbol of Orthodoxy and the Byzantine Emperor, on a blue background, with the colors/symbols from the three main nationalities in the zone inside a circle over the eagle.
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