Denmark’s flag, called Dannebrog, is the oldest state flag still in use by an independent nation, adopted in 1218. According to legend, God gave the flag to the Danes during a battle. From then on, it has been the flag of Danish kings. Like most Scandinavian flags, Dannebrog incorporates the Scandinavian cross. Depicted in white on this flag, it is a symbol of Christianity. The Denmark Economy Polyester Flag is made from economy polyester. Made in China. Measures 3 ft. x 5 ft.