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this is the flag of Finland but did you know that Finland has a second official flag with an interesting history which is pretty much the same flag but with a coat of arms in the middle so in today's Fun With Flags video let's take a look at the history of the Finnish flag and the Finnish coat of arms so as I've talked about in several other videos about what happened to Old Flags the finished story is quite interesting involving both its coat of arms and how it ended up on one but not both of the flags so of course let's start by looking at some Finnish history for the symbolism behind both of these state symbols so the Finnish flag in Finnish is called swarmen lipu which just means the Finnish flag as well as a more colloquial name which is which means the Blue Cross flag now note that part of Finland also speaks Swedish and in Swedish this is called finland's flagga which is simply Finn flag again so the origin or the first time when Finland really got its own flag is in 1848 a yea...