List of Serbian flags
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|Civil flag and ensign||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white|
|2004–present||State flag and ensign||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with emblem left of center|
|2004–present||Flag of Vojvodina||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with larger blue portion and three yellow stars representing Srem, Banat, and Bačka|
|2016–present||Traditional flag of Vojvodina||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with the traditional coat of arms in the middle|
|2010–present||Standard of the President of Serbia||Square horizontal tricolor edged with greater arms|
|2010–present||Standard of the President of the National Assembly||Square horizontal tricolor with greater arms|
Flags of municipalities and cities
Historical official flags
|2004–2010||Republic of Serbia||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with the Serbian eagle in the center.|
|1992–2004||Republic of Serbia
(FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro)
|Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white.|
|1945–1992||Socialist Republic of Serbia
|Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with red star in the center.|
|1941–1944||Government of National Salvation
(Nazi German occupation of Serbia)
|Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with Serbian eagle escutcheoned.|
|1882–1918||Kingdom of Serbia||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with royal coat of arms (incl. eagle and cross)|
|1835–1882||Principality of Serbia||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white|
|1345–1355||Banner of Emperor Stefan Dušan||Square, purple, with golden cross in center. Emperor Dušan adopted the divellion from the Byzantines.|
|1345–1355||Serbian Imperial cavalry flag||Triangular bicoloured flag of red and yellow. Emperor Dušan's Imperial cavalry flag, kept at the Hilandar on Mount Athos.|
|1345–1355||Flag of Emperor Stefan Dušan
|A triband of red at top and bottom and white in the center. Found at Hilandar by Dimitrije Avramović, alleged by the brotherhood to have been a flag of Emperor Dušan.|
|fl. 1339||Flag of Emperor Stefan Dušan
|Yellow flag with red bicephalic eagle. Angelino Dulcert's 1339 map included the flag of the Medieval Serbian Kingdom under Stefan Dušan (emperor after 1345).|
|fl. 1234–1243||Flag of King Stefan Vladislav
(Medieval Kingdom of Serbia)
|Horizontal bicolour of red and blue. Listed in the treasury of King Stefan Vladislav (r. 1234–1243) in Ragusa. Oldest known Serbian flag.|
|n/a||Serbian Orthodox Church||Horizontal tricolor with centered Serbian cross.|
|1992–present||Republika Srpska||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and white.|
|2005–present||Flag of Serbs of Croatia||A tricolor of three equally sized horizontal red, blue and white.|
|1995–1998||Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and white.|
|1991–1995||Republic of Serbian Krajina||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and white.|
|1991||SAO Krajina||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and white.|
|1943–1945||Flag of Serbian Partisans||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue and white, with red star in the center. Flag of Serbian Partisans used in the Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia and in areas of the Independent State of Croatia where Serbs lived. Used by war-time AVNOJ.|
|1902–1917||Royal Standard of Serbia||As described in 1917 by Byron McCandless, Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor: Flags of the World.|
|1869–1872||Principality of Serbia||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and white, with Serbian cross escutcheoned and three six-pointed stars at the top.|
|1839||Principality of Serbia||Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and white, with royal coat of arms and four six-pointed stars in the upper left.|
|1835||Principality of Serbia||
Horizontal tricolor of red, white and blue, with Serbian cross flanked by oak and olive branches. From the Sretenje Constitution.
|1815||Second Serbian Uprising||A red cross on white background. Used at Takovo in 1815.|
|1807||First Serbian Uprising||Red and white with cross, moon, sun, and sword.|
|1804–1813||First Serbian Uprising||Red and blue with sword and Serbian cross.|
|1804–1813||First Serbian Uprising (Revolutionary Serbia)||War flag during the First Serbian Uprising and Serbian Revolution. Red background with two coat of arms (the Serbian cross and Triballian boar) at the centre, Serbian Crown Jewels on the top and two Voivode flags on the bottom. Adopted as the flag of Topola.|
|1790–1792||Habsburg-occupied Serbia (1788–92)||Habsburg claim on Serbia.|
|1618||Habsburg claim on Serbia||Habsburg claim on Serbia.|
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