The Cambodian flag was designed in 1948, although several other designs were used before its 1993 readoption. The building in the center of this flag is Angkor Wat, a famous Theraveda Buddhist temple site, and symbolizes integrity, justice, and heritage. The blue stripes represent the monarchy while the red stripe represents the people. Cambodia is one of only two countries that feature buildings on their national flag. The Cambodia Miniature Economy Polyester Flag is made in China from economy polyester and mounted on a wooden staff. Measures 12 in. x 18 in.