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Nepal
Square flags are for squares.
As the only country with an ensign that doesn't have four 90-degree corners, Nepal is in a league of its own.
Its double triangles symbolize the peaks of the Himalayas. The sun and moon represent calm and resolve -- traits needed to tolerate the Everest-sized egos of those flag-planting foreign mountaineers.
Its double triangles symbolize the peaks of the Himalayas. The sun and moon represent calm and resolve -- traits needed to tolerate the Everest-sized egos of those flag-planting foreign mountaineers.
Its double triangle design symbolizes the mighty peaks of the Himalayas where foreign mountaineers have planted so many other national flags.
The sun and moon symbols represent calmness and resolve -- character traits needed to tolerate the Everest-sized egos of those flag-planting foreign mountaineers.
What to say: "Nepal's 1962 design marked a new a pinnacle for world flags."
Flag it up: You can plan a flag-planting exercise of your own via Nepal's trekking agencies.

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