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    Hi all im doing a history project on Armenia for school and I hope you can help me.

    I have found many pictures of the Armenian flag; however the third strip, depending on the picture is either a brighter yellow or a stronger orange. Which one is it actually meant to be? Also could I be told what each colour/strip represents?

    Thank You so much for your help.

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    Re: Question About Armenian Flag

    Originally posted by Souljah
    Hi all im doing a history project on Armenia for school and I hope you can help me.

    I have found many pictures of the Armenian flag; however the third strip, depending on the picture is either a brighter yellow or a stronger orange. Which one is it actually meant to be? Also could I be told what each colour/strip represents?

    Thank You so much for your help.
    Well I know that the original colors were red blue and yellow but they changed the yellow to orange because it mixed well with the others. As for the meanings, there are many interpretations of what they mean.
    If you have it,
    you don't need to have anything else.
    If you don't have it,
    it doesn't matter much what else you do have.
    -J. Barrie

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      Re: Question About Armenian Flag

      Red stands for the blood shed by all Armenian soldiers, orange stands for the fertile land and the farmers who work on it, blue stands for the sky or red stands for blood shed, blue stands for the land, and orange stands for courage.

      Those are some I'm not sure though.
      If you have it,
      you don't need to have anything else.
      If you don't have it,
      it doesn't matter much what else you do have.
      -J. Barrie

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        Re: Question About Armenian Flag

        I think the official meanings is red- the blood of the Armenian soldiers/people, the Blue- the future and the sky above, and Orange(originally yellow)- the fertile land/ wheat

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          Re: Question About Armenian Flag

          Originally posted by TigranJamharian
          I think the official meanings is red- the blood of the Armenian soldiers/people, the Blue- the future and the sky above, and Orange(originally yellow)- the fertile land/ wheat
          I thought it was that, though I wasn't sure.
          If you have it,
          you don't need to have anything else.
          If you don't have it,
          it doesn't matter much what else you do have.
          -J. Barrie

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            Re: Question About Armenian Flag

            Thanks guyz

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              Re: Question About Armenian Flag

              So why was it yellow; why'd they change it?

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                Wikipedia

                Originally posted by One-Way
                So why was it yellow; why'd they change it?
                The independent Armenian government selected the colors of the last period of the Rubenid Dynasty: red, blue, and yellow, in which yellow was immediately replaced by orange, because it merged with the rest of the colors and presented a more pleasing composition.

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                  Re: Question About Armenian Flag

                  Originally posted by Souljah
                  Hi all im doing a history project on Armenia for school and I hope you can help me.

                  I have found many pictures of the Armenian flag; however the third strip, depending on the picture is either a brighter yellow or a stronger orange. Which one is it actually meant to be? Also could I be told what each colour/strip represents?

                  Thank You so much for your help.
                  hey hi guy!how are you?I think we must discuss garabag problem.I worry very much maybe our country(armenia)can make some concessions to agree with azerbaycan.what can you say abouit it?are you anxious about it?and athe same time Im suspicious about america.nowadays armenian foreign minister and his azeri couterpart negotiate this problem.I want to know your analyses.I wait your reply.....
                  Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.

                  WHEN THE TERROR IS ALIVE,,,EVIL NEVER DIES....

                  A nation which makes the final sacrifice for life and freedom doesnt get beaten.....

                  mustafa kemal ATATÜRK

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                    Re: Question About Armenian Flag

                    I wait your reply.do you live in armenia or another foreign country.i live in canada.you?
                    Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.

                    WHEN THE TERROR IS ALIVE,,,EVIL NEVER DIES....

                    A nation which makes the final sacrifice for life and freedom doesnt get beaten.....

                    mustafa kemal ATATÜRK

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