A flagpole is the foundation of a banner, it holds the banner upright for spectators to see. Flagpoles have experienced various changes since individuals began flying banners. Preceding the modern unrest, flagpoles were made only from wood. In spite of the fact that some today still practice this specialty, most flagpole producers today use more sturdy materials.
As the air gets colder and Christmas get closer, entire neighborhoods, towns and cities put up thousands of twinkling lights, wreaths, bows and pretty much anything red and green. While half the fun of the holidays is decking out your house in everything holly and jolly, all those festive adornments can get expensive! Instead of forking over hundreds of dollars for decorations that will sit in the attic for 11 months out of the year, check out the cheap, do-it-yourself Christmas decoration ideas below.
Early flagpoles were simply trees selected for their relative straightness that were cut down, stripped of bark and branches, and then replanted in the ground with a flag attached at the top.
The history of Argentina’s flag, which dates back to 1812, is wrapped in a curious mix of revolutionary fighting for independence from Spain and Incan sun worship. Argentine politician and revolutionary military leader, Manuel Belgrano designed the flag itself. He based the design on the cockade of Argentina that he created in 1812, a circular logo similar to the Argentine flag with a light blue circular band following its perimeter, a white inner band of the same width and a light blue dot in the middle creating bull’s-eye looking image.
There were many situations when the feeling of courage made men stronger in the history of humanity. Particularly in wartime, when some warriors did not feel well, they raised inspiration by shouting out and doing marvellous things; some shouting out the expressions of hurrah, and some by flying the banners of their country.