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Flag Trivia - World Flag Quiz

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This App provides you an easy way but at the same time challenging way to learn the flags of the world. How well do you know the flags of the world? will you be able to recognize the flags of the world?

Flag Trivia - World Flag Quiz is going to help you to learn more about flags


- Training mode: 4 flag questions for warming up (You have clickable Flag Quizzes of the world - just click on the flags or yes and no button to answer each quiz question.)

- Quiz Mode: 20 challenging flag questions splitted by levels in an arcade levels. You are going to gain different badges while you are advancing

- Ranking: classification, If you want from part of the ranking you should send us an email to masteryinflags@gmail.com with your nickname and your country flag and the level you reached for validating your score and we'll update it on a weekly basis.

- Feedback:We are happy to know your feedback about the app and update your score in the rankings have newsmasteryinflags@gmail.com

- Championship: Coming soon you are going to have the chance to compete with other users

- More rules:

There are 20 flag questions. You have 30 seconds for answering first set of 5 flag questions, 25 for next 5 flag questions, 20 for the third set of flag questions and 15 seconds for the last set of 5 flag questions.

Only in the training mode we are going to give you the answers to the flag questions to maintain the emotion.

More about flags:

The flag of Denmark, the Dannebrog, is attested in 1478. It inspired the cross design of the other Nordic countries flags.

The flag of the Netherlands is the oldest tricolour. Its three colors of red, white and blue go back to Charlemagne's time, the 9th century.

It's said that the Dutch Tricolor has inspired[citation needed] many flags but most notably those of Russia, New York City, and South Africa (the 1928–94 flag as well the current flag).

The national flag of France was designed in 1794. As a forerunner of revolution, France's tricolour flag style has been adopted by other nations. Examples: Italy, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ireland, Haiti, Romania, Mexico, etc.

The Union Flag (Union Jack) of the United Kingdom is the most commonly used. British colonies typically flew a flag based on one of the ensigns based on this flag, and many former colonies have retained the design to acknowledge their cultural history.

The flag of the United States, also nicknamed The Stars and Stripes or Old Glory. Some nations imitated this flag so as to symbolize their similarity to the United States and/or the American Revolution. Examples: Liberia, Chile, Uruguay, Taiwan (ROC), Malaysia and the French region of Brittany.

The original tricolor Flag of Iran, the source for the Pan-Iranian colors green, white and red adopted by many Indo-Iranian or Aryan states and peoples as their symbols. Examples: Tajikistan, Kurdistan, Republic of Ararat, Talysh-Mughan.

Ethiopia was seen as a model by emerging African states of the 1950s and 1960s, as it was one of the oldest independent states in Africa. Accordingly, its flag became the source of the Pan-African colors, or "Rasta colors". Examples: Benin, Togo, Senegal, Ghana, Mali, Guinea.

The flag of Turkey, which is very similar to last flag of the old Ottoman Empire, has been an inspiration for the flag designs of many other Muslim nations. .

The Pan-Arab colors, green, white, red and black, are derived from the flag of the Great Arab Revolt as seen on many flags.

The Soviet flag, with its golden symbols of the hammer and sickle on a red field, was an inspiration to flags of other communist states.

The flag of Venezuela, created by Francisco de Miranda to represent the independence movement in Venezuela that later gave birth to the "Gran Colombia", inspired many flags.

The flag of Argentina, created by Manuel Belgrano during the war of independence, was the inspiration for many flags.

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