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Български: Национално знаме на Белгия
Brezhoneg: Banniel Belgia
Česky: Belgická státní a válečná vlajka
Dansk: Belgiens flag
Deutsch: Flagge Belgiens
Ελληνικά: Σημαία του Βελγίου
English: Flag of Belgium
Español: Bandera de Bélgica
Eesti: Belgia lipp
Suomi: Belgian lippu
Français : Drapeau de la Belgique
Gaeilge: Bratach na Bheilg
Hrvatski: Zastava Belgije
Magyar: Belgium zászlaja
Italiano: Bandiera del Belgio
ქართული: ბელგიის დროშა
Limburgs: Vlag van t' Belsj
Lietuvių: Belgijos vėliava
Latviešu: Belgijas karogs
Malti: Bandiera tal- Belġju
Nederlands: Vlag van België
Polski: Flaga Belgii
Português: Bandeira da Bélgica
Română: Drapelul Belgiei
Slovenčina: Súčasná štátna a vojnová vlajka Belgicka
Slovenščina: Zastava Belgije
Svenska: Belgiens flagga
Українська: Прапор Бельгії
West-Vlams: Vlagge van België

This is the national flag of Belgium, according to the Official Guide to Belgian Protocol. It has a 13:15 aspect ratio, though it is rarely seen in this ratio.

Its colours are defined as Pantone black, Pantone yellow 115, and Pantone red 02; also given as CMYK 0,0,0,100; 0,8.5,79,0; and 0,94,87,0.

Source Van den Bussche, E., Chief of Protocol, Belgian Federal Department of the Interior (2008) Noble Belgique, ô Mère chérie - LE PROTOCOLE EN BELGIQUE (PROTOCOL IN BELGIUM), Heule: Editions UGA ISBN: 9789067689359.
Author Dbenbenn and others
black rendered as RGB 000 000 000
red rendered as RGB 237 041 057
gold rendered as RGB 250 224 066

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