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Alaska State Flag

The Alaska State flag is full of meaning for the “Last Frontier.” The deep blue color represents the sky, as well as Alaska's state flower, the forget-me-not.

The large North Star in the upper, right-hand corner symbolizes the future of Alaska, and the big dipper constellation on the left signifies the Great Bear and is meant to be a symbol of strength.
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