Estonia Flag Printables
Use our Estonia flag printables for all kinds of projects. We've got a variety of sizes to choose from, as well as a colouring flag, bookmarks and lots more...
About the Estonian Flag
The current Estonian flag was first adopted nationally in 1918, but was banned after Estonia was forced to join the Soviet Union in 1940. Since independence in 1991 this blue, black and tricolour is once again the national flag.
A popular explanation of the colours is that the blue stands for the blue sky above Estonia, the black represents attachment to the soil of Estonia, for centuries "black" with worry, and the white signifies purity and hard work.
Use these Estonia bookmarks to keep track of your favourite pages. Very useful for studying, and fun if your classroom decides to support a particular country during the Winter Olympics or other events! You can print them in colour or black and white, and with or without the word.
Estonia has a flag which is blue, black and white from top to bottom. It has been their flag since they became independent in 1918. Here's a chance to print and colour your own.
Make yourself some mini Estonia flags with this printable. You could fold and stick the smallest size onto cocktail sticks or print lots of different flags and make a flag collage! Three sizes available.