About Cambodia

National Flag

The Cambodian national flag adopted in its current in 1948 when Cambodia broke with the French protectorate. It was readopted in 1993 following the end of the civil war. The Angkor Wat temple represents the Buddhist religion of the country along with the dignity and heritage of the Khmer people. The blue stripes represent the king and also stand for liberty and co-operation. The red represents the people and also stands for bravery. In short, the flag sums up the slogan: “nation, religion, king.”

Cambodian National Flag
Cambodian National Flag

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