Flags

 

Royal Standard and State Flag

Adopted: 31 July 1998    Ratio: 2:3  Permitted: Flown only in the presence of the reigning monarch of Paulovia and over the International Embassy of Paulovia. Symbolism: Adopted from the traditional Royal Standard or 'Royal Cross' in 1998 to represent the re-established state of Paulovia. The horizontal blue bar represents the Mediterranean Sea and the seas around the UK; The red vertical bar represents the royal blood line and the sacrifices of the Paulovian peoples; The central white stars are for the UK and Paulovia; The gold star is for unity and family; Red stars in the outer quarters are for the islands, past, present and future; Olive branch on white field (top canton) is for peace and prosperity. 

 

National Flag

Adopted:  27 July 2005    Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Can be flown by all citizens and honorary citizens on land without restriction except for the promotion of commercial enterprises. 

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 National Ensign 

Adopted: 30 August 2007     Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Can be flown by all citizens and honorary citizens at sea or on river craft  without restriction except for the promotion of commercial enterprises. The previous ensign adopted on 27 July 2005 was withdrawn from use on 29 August 2007 to avoid confusion at sea with the national flag. Citizens can buy this flag from MrFlag.com  (Note: Paulovia.org does not receive any commission)

 

 Government Department Ensign

Adopted:  02 March 2009  Ratio: 2:3   Permitted: Flown by government departments and agencies. The previous Government Department Ensign was finally withdrawn from use on 3 April 2009. 

 

 Omorfee Islands

The main island group with Omorfee itself being the largest in the Paulovia Islands. It has a cosmopolitan population.

Adopted:  2 August 2005    Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Flown by Omorfee Island authorities. Prior to November 2007 this flag was also used for the Paulovia Commonwealth until dissolved.  

 

 Miraggio Islands

Adopted:  21 April 2009    Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Flown by Miraggio Island authorities. A petition was submitted to the Great Panjandrum Council by the authorities of Miraggio Island to have their previous flag replaced with a this modern flag design to reflect the island ties with the Paulovia Crown more closely. 

 

 Amarantine Islands

The third largest island in the Paulovian Islands group.

Adopted:  20 February 2007    Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Flown by Amarantine Island authorities.

 

 Andreas Islands 

The least populated island in the Paulovia Islands group and dedicated wildlife protection area since 2005.

Adopted:  5 June 2007    Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Flown by Andreas Island authorities.

 

 Mandrakis Island Polis

A small semi-autonomous island town in the east of Omorfee Island. HRH Prince Paul holds permanent office as Mayor of the town council.

Adopted: 14 December 2007     Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Flown by Manddrakis Town Council. 

 

 Isabella Islands

Adopted: 21 April 2009  Ratio: tba   Permitted: Isabella Islands authorities and residents on land and at sea.  

 

 Klasika Insulo (The Classic Islands)

Adopted: 21 April 2009  Ratio: 2:3   Permitted: Klasika Islands authorities and residents on land and sea.

 

 Munro Island

Adopted: 21 April 2009  Ratio: 2:3   Permitted: Munro Island authorities and residents on land.

 

 Antarctic Research Station (Princess Helen) 

Adopted: 03 April 2009    Ratio: 2:3     Permitted: Princess Helen Antarctic Station only

Established in March 2009 in West Antartctica and intended to be permanently occupied by staff of Paulovia Institute for Science, Research & Exploration (PISRE) and invited scientific personnel from around the world. Its purpose is to monitor environmental conditions and survey and protect wildlife. Its secondary purpose is to promote a global movement towards the declaration of a World Wildlife Reserve for Antarctica in its entirity. Paulovia does not claim any territory on the continent.

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 University of Paulovia (UoP)

Adopted: tba             Ratio:  2:3            Permitted: UoP Buildings only

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 Paulovia Institute for Science, Research & Exploration (PISRE)

Adopted: 01 June 2006         Ratio:  2:3            Permitted: PISRE ships and buildings only