The New Hampshire flag is a flag with the state seal on a blue square. The seal is surrounded by laurel and nine stars. The colours of the flag are blue, yellow and white. The size of the New Hampshire flag is 2:3. The New Hampshire flag was adopted in 1909. The first use of the current design was in 1909. The last change to the current design of the New Hampshire flag was in 1931.
The New Hampshire flag is the flag of the state of New Hampshire. New Hampshire is located on the continent of North America. New Hampshire has 4 neighbours. New Hampshire has the following neighbour states: Canada, Vermont, Maine and Massachusetts.
1,316,470 people live in New Hampshire, a state with an area of 24,214 km² (4.1% water). The population density in New Hampshire is 55 inhabitants per km². The official language in New Hampshire is English. The capital of New Hampshire is Concord. New Hampshire is divided into executive, judicial and legislative departments.
The currency in New Hampshire is the American dollar (USD). UTC (default time) in New Hampshire is UTC-05:00 and UTC-04:00 in summer.
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