Flag of Vekaiyu
The Flag of Vekaiyu is the standard political administrative flag of the nation Vekaiyu. Adopted in 1989 by a selection committee of artists, religious figures, and governmental figures, the flag was chosen over some 1,500 designs. The flag has survived three regime changes and one major civil war.
The colors of Vekaiyu - crimson, white, gold, and black - are represented on the flag. In the center is the Vekaiyun Star. The star itself actually symbolizes Vekaiyu's longstanding relationship with the Vayan Catholic Faith. Jaku branches adorn the top-left and bottom-right quadrants, and symbolize purity, innocence, and peace. The symbolism of the red background is two-fold: red to signify the blood shed for the flag and the united provinces of Vekaiyu, and red to signify Vekaiyun culture and way of life, which glows red-hot against a black void.
|Main article: Vekaiyu|
|Important Topics: Culture ♦ Unonian ♦ Vayan Catholicism ♦ Veskono ♦ Vulpine ♦ Armed Forces ♦ Military Ranks and Uniforms|
|Government: Kivreskov ♦ Premier ♦ Ikrisia Levinile ♦ Political Parties ♦ Foreign Officers|
|History: Ancient Vekaiyu ♦ The Time of Troubles ♦ Era of Good Feelings ♦ Trade Leagues ♦ Expansionist Vekaiyu ♦ Partitions of Vekaiyu ♦ Imperial Vekaiyu ♦ Vekaiyu Under Max Venavle ♦ Vekaiyu Under Selvala McEva ♦ 2010 Vekaiyun Civil War|
|Important Figures (Past and Present): Ikrisia Levinile ♦ Leina Kivelevov ♦ Max Venavle ♦ Selvala McEva ♦ St. Aiya ♦ Todd Leyuski|
|Sports: Sports in Vekaiyu ♦ Olympic Council ♦ Sport Uniforms ♦ Fifth Summer Olympics ♦ Sixth Winter Olympics ♦ Seventh Summer Olympics ♦ Eighth Summer Olympics|