File:Flag of the Vatican City.svg

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Latina: Vexillum Civitatis Vaticanae
Italiano: Bandiera della Città del Vaticano.
Español: Bandera de la Ciudad del Vaticano.
Français : Le drapeau de la Cité du Vatican.
Frysk: Flagge fan Fatikaanstêd.
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current16:53, 11 July 2017Thumbnail for version as of 16:53, 11 July 2017500 × 500 (53 KB)WikiDan61Color correction. All images of actual Vatican City flags show the "gold" in the keys and tiara rendered in the same hue as the gold/yellow band of the flag, as well as a red opening at the bottom of the tiara.

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