Flag of Hawaii

U.S state flag of Hawaii
Facts, history and meaning about the flag of Hawaii

The state flag of Hawaii is a beautiful and distinctive design that features the Union Jack of the United Kingdom in the top left corner, representing Hawaii's historical ties to British explorers and traders. The flag also features eight stripes of white, red, and blue, which represent the eight main islands of the Hawaiian archipelago.

In the center of the flag is a stylized representation of the state seal. The seal features a golden sun rising over the Pacific Ocean, with a sailing ship, a palm tree, and a volcano in the background. The seal also includes the state motto, "Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻĀina i ka Pono," which means "The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness."

The flag was first designed in 1816 by King Kamehameha I, and it has undergone several modifications since then. The current design was adopted in 1959 when Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States.

Overall, the state flag of Hawaii is a powerful symbol of the state's history, culture, and natural beauty. Its design reflects Hawaii's unique position as a tropical paradise in the middle of the Pacific, as well as its long and proud tradition of welcoming visitors from all over the world. The flag is a source of pride and identity for the people of Hawaii, and it serves as a reminder of the state's enduring spirit of aloha.

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