Indianapolis Flag
The flag of Indianapolis features a white cross on a blue field. In the intersection of the cross, a white disc is depicted. A red disc is depicted within this white disc, and a white star is depicted inside of the red disc. The flag was designed by Roger Gohl and was adopted on May 20, 1963. The star represents the Soldiers and Sailors Monument and its central location on the flag represents the fact that Indianapolis is the capital of the state of Indiana. The white disc represents Monument Circle. The color red represents the energy and urge for progress that embodies the city[1].
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