Adopted in 1915, each of the colors of the Iceland flag depict a major feature of the nation's geography. The blue represents the Atlantic Ocean that surrounds Iceland, red symbolizes the fires of the nation's volcanoes, and white represents snow that covers much of the country. The red cross is a symbol of Christianity and is also found on the flags of other Scandinavian countries.
Iceland flags are 100% SolarMax Nylon, the longest lasting nylon flag material available. You can fly them outdoors for extended periods because they withstand the damaging effects of sun and wind. Made in America.