Flags on Strings - Denmark

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Denmark Flags on Strings - 2" - Flag Garland Flagglengder, 20 Flags on each 1.5 meter garland. There are two 4 1/2 foot garlands in each package. A Scandinavian Christmas tree is not complete without a garland of flags. Show off your heritage!

Denmark Flags on Strings - Decorate your Christmas tree this year with a string of proud of your heritage. The colors on the Danish flag represent peace (white) and honesty (red) - hardiness, bravery, strength & valour. The flag was adopted in 1625 and is considered the oldest continuously used national flag in the world.


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  • 5
    Danish flags

    Posted by June Harper on Dec 12th 2023

    Reminds me of the flags on the Christmas tree growing up

  • 5
    Danish Flags on a string

    Posted by Peter on Dec 10th 2022

    I grew up in Denmark and had flags on my tree all the time. I now live alone and having the flags on my tree brings back many memories.

  • 4
    A Great Tradition to Continue

    Posted by Sydney Mommer on Dec 3rd 2021

    Every year I gift my husband a meaningful ornament for our tree. This year, in honor of his recently late mother, I gifted him these Danish flags, just like the ones he grew up with on his tree. A tradition I can't wait to continue every year, in honor of his heritage and his mom.

  • 5

    Posted by Shari Sinclair on Dec 10th 2020


  • 5
    Danish flags on string

    Posted by James E. Jacobsen on Jan 31st 2018

    Each package contained TWO strings which was a surprise. They were perfectly packaged so much so it took awhile to un-bundle them but that is the way with flags on a string isn't it?

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 17th 2017

    I love these; they are beautiful BUT the string connecting the flags is so fine and because of the way they are pqckaged they were tangled when I opened it. I had to cut the strands apart.

  • 5
    Great Ethnic addition

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 30th 2016

    I grew up with Danish flags on the Christmas tree, continued it when I got married. Now my daughter has her own apartment, and she too now has Danish flags for her Christmas tree.