The flag of Georgia is set on a white field and features a red cross that extends the length and width of the flag as well as four smaller red Bolnur-Katskhuri crosses, one centred in each quadrant of the flag. The flag is sometimes referred to as the 'Five Cross flag'.
The flag of Georgia was originally a banner of the medieval Kingdom of Georgia before being adopted as a symbol of opposition by the United National Movement Party following the country gaining its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Upon the party taking control of Georgia in early 2004, the flag was officially adopted as the national flag on 25 January 2004.
The flag's ratio is 2:3.