The Vermont flag is the state's coat of arms on a blue field. Below this coat of arms is a red ribbon with the name of the state and the motto. The colors of the flag are blue, white and yellow. The size of the Vermont flag is 3: 5. The flag of v was adopted in 1923. The first use of the current design was in 1923. The last change to the current design of the Vermont flag was in 1923.
The Vermont flag is the flag of the state of Vermont. Vermont is located on the continent of North America. Vermont has 4 neighbors. Vermont has the following neighboring states: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York (state), Quebec.
625 741 people live in Vermont, a state with an area of 24,906 km² (3.8% water). The population density in Vermont is 25 inhabitants per km². The official language in Vermont is English. The capital of Vermont is Montpelier. Vermont is divided into executive, judicial, and legislative divisions.
The currency in Vermont is the United States dollar (USD). UTC (Standard Time) in Vermont is UTC-05: 00 and UTC-04: 00 in the summer.
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