The North Dakota flag is almost an exact copy of the flag used by troops from North Dakota who fought in the Philippines-American war. The only difference is that their flag did not bear the name of the state. The colors of the flag are blue, red and brown. The size of the North Dakota flag is 3:5. The North Dakota flag was adopted in 1911. The first use of the current design was in 1911. The last change to the current design of the North Dakota flag was in 1943.
The North Dakota flag is the flag of the state of North Dakota. North Dakota is located on the continent of North America. North Dakota has 4 neighbors. North Dakota has the following neighboring states: Canada, Montana, Minnesota and South Dakota.
672,591 people live in North Dakota, a state with an area of 183,108 km² (2.4% water). The population density in North Dakota is 4 inhabitants per km². The official languages in North Dakota are English and German. The capital of North Dakota is Bismarck. North Dakota is divided into executive, judicial and legislative departments.
The currency in North Dakota is the U.S. dollar (USD). UTC (default time) in North Dakota is UTC-06:00 and UTC-05:00 in summer.
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