Estonia's flag was adopted on November 21, 1918 after its independence from Russia. That freedom did not last long because in the summer of 1940 Russia invaded again and banned the Estonian flag. Not until 1991, when Estonia regained its independence,was the flag reinstated as its national symbol. Blue represents the country's clear blue skies and vast coastal areas. Black symbolizes the difficult past and suffering of its people, it also refer for peace .
IEstonia flags are 100% SolarMax Nylon, the longest lasting nylon flag material available. You can fly them outdoors for extended periods because they withstand the damaging effects of sun and wind. Made in America.