Denmark Flag Colors

Denmark Flag Color Codes in HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK & Pantone

The Denmark flag has two colors in its national flag. They are red and white, with a white Scandinavian cross is on a red field. This cross extends to all edges of the flag. Use these Denmark flag color codes if you need their national flag colors for your digital designs, paint, or printing projects. Check out this link for the rest of the European Flag Colors.

Get Denmark flag color code values in standard and popular color code formats (HEX / HTML / Web, RGB, CMYK, Pantone)

Denmark Flag Color Codes
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Denmark Flag Color Names & Codes


Red - C60C30
  • Hex: #C60C30
  • RGB: 198,12,48
  • CMYK: 0,73,59,22
  • Pantone: PMS 186 C
  • RAL: 3027


White - FFFFFF
  • Hex: #FFFFFF
  • RGB: 255,255,255
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,0
  • Pantone: PMS White C

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Did You Know?
The Flag of Denmark is the oldest national flag in the world that is still in use today. According to legend, a red flag with a white cross fell from heaven in 1219, during a battle in Estonia, The flag gave the Danes hope, and they won the battle.

Denmark Flag Colors Palette Image

Denmark Flag Color Palette

Download This Denmark Flag Color Scheme Palette as a PNG Image with the HTML Hex Code Mentioned.


Denmark Flag Colors Meaning

The Danish national flag has a red background with a white Nordic cross that extends to the flag’s edges. The Red color represents courage, and the Nordic cross in the flag of Denmark represents Christianity.

Denmark’s national flag is probably the world’s oldest flag. It’s said that the flag of Denmark appeared from the sky while the Danish Crusaders fought against the pagan Estonians at the Battle of Lindanäs in 1219. Some even say that the flag should have fallen from the heaven.

  • Red: It represents courage.
  • Nordic Cross (White): It is the symbol of Christianity.
The flags of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland are very similar. They all have the same basic design of a cross against a colored background. The cross is known as the Nordic or Scandinavian Cross, and the Nordic Cross was first used on Denmark’s flag. It is a symbol of each county’s Christian faith.