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The Flags of the World and 159 Google Country Flags

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I believe that many of you who are reading this post is at least able to identify your own country flag (don’t tell anyone even if you don’t)! But, do you ever know how many countries are in this world and their flags?

WalkerNews.net top visitors identified by respective country flags.

For those who are living in Europe, do you really able to identify all the Europe countries flags? Do you ever know that there is a flag dubbed as “flag of the world”?

Don’t worry; I don’t know all the flags too. But Google at local domain (scroll down to the bottom of page) and Flags of the World (FOTW) have the answer for us! If the you can’t read some of the countries name described by Google, please refer to the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) at IANA

(See also the previous post on how to switch between Google at local domain website.)

If your interest is not limited to country flags, the FOTW is definitely a good resource to enhance your (flag) studies! According to the site,
…Flags of the World (FOTW) is the Internet’s largest site devoted to vexillology (the study of flags). Here you can read more than 35,000 pages about flags and view more than 66,000 images of flags.

…Flags of the World is produced and maintained by an Editorial Staff of unpaid volunteers and the contents of these pages are offered freely to the Internet community.

The official flag of FOTW (Flags of the World).The official flag of FOTW designed by Mark Sensen. To follow the history, proceed to this About of FOTW flag hyperlink.

If you’re looking for download mini country flags, Google has a list of 159 countries in the world where its localized version is, or download this 101KB zipped file.

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