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Fully red Originally, this historic emblem of the Alawite dynasty in power since the seventeenth century has been joined, so as to distinguish it from the red flags in use in other countries, a green pentagram in the center in 1915 three years after Morocco became a french protectorate.
On 8 May 2010, a Moroccan flag with a size of 60 meters squared is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest flag in the world iver, Your weight is 20 tons,he was made in Dakhla
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In the seventeenth century, when Morocco was under the authority of the Alawite dynasty, your national flag sported a solid red color. The Sharifs of Mecca employed this color as color reference. The Moroccan flag will keep until the time of the Protectorate, showing a similarity to those of other colonized nations. At the time of the Protectorate, the red flag will be kept as a royal flag, but that of the nation will include a five-pointed star by the Dahir of 17 November 1915 signed by Sultan Moulay Youssef.
After independence, the pentagram is maintained, the five branches evoked the five pillars of Islam. Zakat, prayer and confession of faith in the list. The pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca at least once in life and fasting, also known as Ramadan, the complement. This is the best known version that was used to justify the change. The Moroccan national flag had to wait a long time before such a national flag float. It was just used as an object representation of the nation on earth. It is only when the Moroccan independence was proclaimed in 1956 that finally the flag floating in the air as a symbol of the country.
We find that star on the arms of Morocco, between two lions. The current flag of Morocco usually wears green star symmetrical with respect to the vertical centerline. Sometimes it also occurs with green star symmetrical relative to the horizontal central axis, the axial tip is then directed to the floating portion. This variant was seen in front of the royal mausoleum in Rabat.
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