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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Flags of W Territories


There are currently no countries with names starting with the letter W, but there are some W regions and territories. Samoa has not been officially known as Western Samoa since 1997. Wales is considered a country but does not have true sovereignty from the United Kingdom. Below are flags of some territories, provinces, counties, etc. All images are from the Royal-flags.co.uk website.

WAKE ISLAND
Pacific island territory belonging to the United States of America


WALES
Non-sovereign country belonging to the United Kingdom


WALLIS and FUTUNA
Pacific island territory belonging to France


WALLONIA (WALLONIE)
Southern region of Belgium


WARWICKSHIRE
County in central England, United Kingdom


WASHINGTON
Northwestern state of the continental (mainland) United States of America


WEST BANK
Middle Eastern region currently part of Palestine (Palestine's flag below), which is recognized by over 100 countries as an official state but does not have complete and total sovereignty


WEST FLANDERS (WEST-VLAANDEREN)
Province in western Belgium


WEST SUSSEX
County in southern England, United Kingdom


WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Westernmost state of Australia


WESTERN SAHARA
Northwest African territory belonging to Morocco


WESTMORLAND
Historic county of northern England, United Kingdom


WILTSHIRE
County in southwestern England, United Kingdom


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