Argentina Government Flag
The flag of Argentina was designed by a military leader, Manuel Belgrando, and raised for the first time in 1812, during the country's war for independence. Though there is controversy as to what the white and blue stripes signify, many believe they represent clouds and sky. A golden sun, called the Sun of May, from which 16 waves of sun radiate, was added in 1818.
Made in America, the Argentina flag is durable nyl-glo, designed to withstand the damaging effects of sun and wind.