Flag of Florida

The Florida flag has a white space with a red andreas cross in the middle with the seal of Florida. The colors of the flag are red, white and orange. The size of the Florida flag is 2:3. The Florida flag was adopted in 1900. The first use of the current design was in 1900. The last change in the current design of the Florida flag was in 1900.

Flag of Florida

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Flag proportion

Ratio 2:3


  • First flag usage: 1900
  • Adoption current flag: 1900
  • Last change flag: 1900

Flag colors


About Florida


18 801 310


65 758 sq mi
170 312 km2

Population density

286 sq mi
110 km2

Country information

Country: Florida
Continent: North America
Official languages: English
Capital: Tallahassee
Government: divided into executive, judicial and legislative branches
Border length: 0 miles / 0 km
Neighbouring countries
Georgia: 0 miles 0 km
Alabama: 0 miles 0 km

The Florida flag is the flag of the state of Florida. Florida is located on the continent of North America. Florida has 2 neighbors. Florida has the following neighboring states: Georgia and Alabama.

18,801,310 people live in Florida, a state with an area of 170,312 km² (17,9% water). The population density in Florida is 111 inhabitants per km². The official language in Florida is English. The capital of Florida is Tallahassee. Florida is divided into executive, judicial and legislative departments.

The currency in Florida is the U.S. dollar (USD). UTC (default time) in Florida is UTC-05:00 and UTC-04:00 in summer.




US dollar (USD)


CET: UTC-05:00
CEST: UTC-04:00


Internet TLD: US
Three-letter country code: USA
Three-digit country code: 840
Calling code: 1