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January 12, 2019 8:30 pm  #1

Flags of Thai provinces

I recently discovered that each province of Thailand (except Krabi, Chachoengsao, and Trat AFAIK) has its own flag, most of which are very colourful. FC Pro, however, marks all the provinces with the flag of Thailand. Why not use the flags of provinces instead? Such a collection would perfectly enrich and decorate everyone's FC Pro page


Last edited by The Devil's Disciple (January 12, 2019 8:30 pm)


February 5, 2020 12:54 pm  #2

Re: Flags of Thai provinces

I repeat the question: why there are no beautiful regional flags of Thailand ??? And new French regions ???


February 5, 2020 3:11 pm  #3

Re: Flags of Thai provinces

Flags of the provinces of Thailand this is a very beautiful flags. Hopefully someday we will start using them.

Last edited by Yolkin (February 5, 2020 3:13 pm)


February 6, 2020 7:57 am  #4


May 4, 2020 6:06 pm  #5

Re: Flags of Thai provinces

Mr. Jeremy, is there any chance for the regional flags of Thailand??? They are all available on Wikipedia. I also found a mistake in the name of one of the province. Phetchaburi, not Pretchaburi Regard from Poland

PS. Mr. Jeremy, I found another mistake. The Japanese region is Gunma, not Gumma

Last edited by yaromir13 (May 30, 2020 7:07 am)


May 30, 2020 11:27 am  #6

Re: Flags of Thai provinces

he first authority banner has been credited to King Mongkut in 1855. Preceding this time, it's idea that different banners were utilized the most well-known of which was a plain warning. To make the banner progressively discernable, King Mongkut (Rama IV) included the imperial image of the trinket to the plain warning. The plan of the banner changed again in 1916 under Rama VI. As indicated by legend, Rama VI saw a banner flying topsy turvy and was enlivened to plan a balanced banner to keep this from happening once more. The plan he settled on is a similar one utilized today with the exception of that the center band was at first red and not blue. The center band was changed to blue in 1917. There is some question about the purpose behind this change. A few history specialists state it was a reaction to the way that Thailand was a World War I partner of Britain, France and America who all had red, white and blue in their banners and the lord considered these to be as the shades of opportunity. Others state that the blue spoke to Rama VI who was conceived on a Friday and as per Thai custom blue was his shading. It could have been possibly one (or both) of these reasons that motivated the change.
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April 13, 2021 8:30 am  #7

Re: Flags of Thai provinces

Good morning Mr. Jeremy.
Is there a chance to give us the beautiful colored flags of the regions of Thailand? They are all available.
You could replace the national flag of Thailand, which is currently adjacent to the regions.
Such a collection would perfectly enrich and decorate everyone's Flag Counter Pro page
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