Flag and arms of Finland
Flying the flag is a great way to express joy and emphasise a day of celebration. Flying the flag is also a great way of showing respect or expressing sorrow. There is no reason to be shy about flying the flag. No reason is too small for flying the flag.
Finnish flag days »
Finland has official flag days and national flag days designated in the calendar. The flag may be flown on other days as well if there is a reason for doing so.
Flying the flag at half mast »
Mourning is usually expressed by lowering the national flag to half mast.
Flying the EU flag »
The European flag – the EU flag – can be flown on EU-related occasions.
Order of precedence »
International flag etiquette should be observed when flags of more than one nation are flown. The flag of Finland should have pride of place.
About the flag »
Dimensions and colours of the flag, history of the flag.
Arms of Finland »
The lion coat of arms of Finland is one of our national symbols.
Using the Finnish flag and the national arms in a trademark »
Use of the Finnish flag and coat of arms in a commercial activity must always be respectful.