Explanation of the flag of New Zealand
The flag is dark blue and the color symbolizes the sea that surrounds New Zealand and the clear heaven over the country.
The four different stars represent the constellation of Crux, with the stars Acrux, Becrux, Gamma Crucis og Delta Crucis. It shows New Zealand’s position in the South Pacific.
Up to left we find the Union Flag (Great Britain and Nothern Ireland’s flag). The Union Flag symbolizes New Zealand’s historical origins as a colony under Great Britain.
The flag represent the government and the people in the country.