The French national flag components are three proportional gatherings of blue, white, and red. In 1790, after the French Revolution, the national color of France, white, participated with the shades of the French armed forces, blue and red. The French Flag was formally adopted on February 15, 1794.
As an important symbol of the sovereign state, the national flags describe in their colors and design the history and the present day of the countries. The most famous of them have become the widely known symbols and country brands, recognized in every corner of the world.