The Czech flag badge has a length to width ratio of 3:2. The flag is composed of blue, white and red. The left side is a blue isosceles triangle. On the right side are two equal trapezoids, which are red on white.
The blue, white and red colors are the traditional colors that the Slavic people like. The hometown of the Czechs is the ancient kingdom of Bohemia. The color of this kingdom is red and white.
White represents sacredness and purity, symbolizing the people's pursuit of peace and light; red symbolizes the spirit of courage and fearlessness, and symbolizes the people's blood and victory for the country's independent liberation and prosperity. Blue comes from the colors of the original Moravian and Slovak province badges.