Flag of Nevada

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

Nevada is a state that's well-known for its natural beauty, rich history, and thriving entertainment industry. But when it comes to its flag, it's a rather simple design that represents the state's rugged terrain and mining industry.

The flag is a field of blue, with a five-pointed silver star in the upper left-hand corner. Above the star are two sprays of sagebrush, Nevada's state flower, crossed to form a half-wreath. Below the star is a banner reading "Nevada" in bold letters. The design is simple but striking, with the star and sagebrush providing a sense of movement and energy.

The blue field on the flag represents both the clear blue skies that are common in Nevada and the loyalty of its citizens. The silver star represents the state's mineral wealth, particularly its famous silver mines. The two sprays of sagebrush, meanwhile, represent the state's natural beauty and rugged terrain.

The flag was designed by Clara Crisler, a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in 1926. It was officially adopted by the state in 1929, and has been in use ever since.

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