This 3 ft. x 5 ft. Cross of Burgundy flag is printed on 100% nylon with vibrant color fast dye. Seams are hand-sewn with two rows of stitching on top and bottom, four rows stitching on the fly end, and finished with canvas header and brass grommets.
During the colonization of the Americas by the Spaniards the Cross of Burgundy served as the flag for the territories governed by a viceroy for the New World, and was the flag used by the Spanish armed forces and the Spanish Navy. The flag still flies at Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine, Florida and at San Juan National Historic Sites in Puerto Rico. The Cross of Burgundy is flown daily as a reminder to people today of the impact Spain and its military had for over 400 years. The flag has 4 jagged red arrows pointing into the center of a white background.
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