Colorado Flags

On June 5, 1911, the Colorado flag was formally adopted to represent the U.S. state of Colorado. It was created by Andrew Carlisle Carson. Three horizontal stripes of equal width make up the design, with the center stripe being white and the top and bottom stripes both being blue. The stripes are topped by a crimson "C" with a golden disk inside. The state's symbols are included in every part of the flag, with the colors blue and gold intended to symbolize the sky, white and red the "ruddy" earth, and white and red the state's snow-capped Rocky Mountains. Additionally, the state's gold and silver mining activities are symbolized by the white and gold parts of the flag. 

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