Vatican City Bunting
This Vatican City Bunting is a crucial part of the Papal history and combines the rich history of the Vatican with our modern printing and design methods. The design of this Vatican City Bunting is based on the official flag of Vatican City, which was adopted in 1929 by Pope Pius XI.
The flag is divided into two sections – one gold/yellow and one white. On the white section, you will see the crossed keys of Saint Peter along with the Papal tiara. The two keys represent the keys of heaven, whereas the gold symbolism represents spiritual power, with the silver key representing worldly power. The rich history and tapestry of this illustrious Vatican City Bunting combines effortlessly with this modern bunting design, which is perfect for hanging up or decorating spaces. Ideal for religious ceremonies, events, and processions, this flag is also one of only a few square flags in the entire world.
This Vatican City Bunting is steeped in rich history and is made with the finest materials. We make all our flags to last, so you can always expect the highest quality materials for the most competitive prices. Please contact us for any custom orders or special designs.
Papal Flag | Pope Flag
This limited-edition Ireland Papal Flag is to celebrate the Pope’s visit to Ireland in August of 2018. He follows in the footsteps of John Paul II, who visited Ireland nearly 40 years ago. This Papal Flag includes a digitally printed depiction of Pope Francis on a background of the Irish flag. It is a special edition flag and is perfectly suited for those hoping to attend public gatherings at the time of the Pope’s visit to Ireland. This papal flag is the perfect way to show your admiration of his Holiness and to mark the occasion of His historic visit to Ireland.
A specially designed Pope Flag to celebrate the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland in August 2018. This will be his first visit to Ireland with the most recent being back in 1979. Over half a million people are expected to turn out for the final mass being held in Phoenix Park at the end of this month