The flag of Iceland comprises a blue field with a white-edged red Nordic Cross.
The flag of Iceland dates back to 1915 but was not officially adopted until 1918 when the country gained its independence from Denmark.
The flag's cross represents Christianity whilst its colours stand for the three elements that make up the island - red for fire, white for ice and snow, blue for mountains.
The flag's ratio is 18:25.
A row of Iceland flags flying