Deutsch: Flagge Portugals, entworfen von Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro (1857-1929), offiziell von der portugiesischen Regierung am 30. Juni 1911 als Staatsflagge angenommen (in Verwendung bereits seit ungefähr November 1910).
English: Flag of Portugal, created by Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro (1857-1929), officially adopted by Portuguese government in June 30th 1911 (in use since about November 1910). Color shades matching the RGB values officially reccomended here. (PMS values should be used for direct ink or textile; CMYK for 4-color offset printing on paper; this is an image for screen display, RGB should be used.)
Hrvatski: Zastava Portugala
العربية: علم البرتغال
ქართული: პორტუგალიის დროშა
Português: Bandeira de Portugal, criada por Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro (1857-1929), adotada oficialmente pelo governo português em 30 de junho de 1911 (em uso desde novembro de 1910).
Українська: Прапор Португалії
Bosanski: Zastava Portugala
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