Adopted 2002
Designed by French southern and antarctic territory
Proportions 3:4

The flag of Antarctica is blue with a white map of Antarctica in its center. In counterchanging colors overlapping the entire flag are lines representing latitudes and longitudes.

This flag was adopted by the Antarctic Treaty System.

Symbolism[edit | edit source]

Blue represents Antarctica's cold climate and the Southern Ocean. White represents the Antarctic ice sheets. The circular grid lines represent the fact the Antarctica is located in the South Pole.

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