If the design of Angola's national flag reminds you of the communist symbol of the former Soviet Union, you're not alone. The symbol in the middle of the flag is a crossed cog wheel (representing industry) and a machete (representing the peasantry and the armed struggle). The flag was adopted in 1975 when Angola was ruled by a Marxist government and thus was supposed to evoke the image of the hammer and sickle found on the flag of the former soviet union.
Flags are great for decorating with or waving in a parade to show your national pride! Flags capture attention and draw people in. The movement of flags gets noticed. Flags are a great addition to churches, schools, classrooms and businesses. 1-800 Flags carries a variety of flags, flag sizes, and materials. Please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-385-5850 for more information, we are happy to answer any questions and help guide you in your flag purchase.
Our premium 2' x 3' Polyester Angola indoor flags are made of durable polyester with header tape and 2 metal grommets. The flag is dye-sublimated with beautiful bold colors. Printed on one side all the way through the fabric. Double-stitched around all edges with 4 rows of stitching on fly edge. These flags can be used outside for a limited time.