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National anthems

National anthems are songs that represent or symbolize a nation. This page lists the national anthems of current and former sovereign nations as well as unrecognized nations and nationalist movements. This page was constructed with assistance and cooperation with nationalanthems.info.

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Flag of the Republic of Abkhazia.svg Abkhazia

Flag of Acadia.svg Acadia

Flag of Afghanistan (2004–2021).svg Afghanistan

Flag of Åland.svg Åland

Flag of Albania.svg Albania

Flag of Algeria.svg Algeria

Flag of American Samoa.svg American Samoa

Flag of Andalusia.svg Andalusia

Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra

Flag of Angola.svg Angola

Flag of Anguilla.svg Anguilla

Flag of Antigua and Barbuda.svg Antigua and Barbuda

  • Fair Antigua, We Salute Thee (lyrics copyright in Antigua and Barbuda until 2036, and in the USA until 2056), national anthem
  • God Save the King, royal anthem

Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina

Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia

Flag of Artsakh.svg Artsakh

Flag of Aruba.svg Aruba

Flag of the Assyrians.svg Assyria

  • Roomrama (Honour), national anthem adopted by Assyrian independence movements

Flag of Australia.svg Australia

Anthems of other Australian entities

Flag of Austria.svg Austria

Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg Austria-Hungary

Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan

Artsakh (formerly Nagorno-Karabakh)

  • Azat u ankakh Artsakh (Free and Independent Artsakh), anthem of the unrecognized Republic of Artsakh, adopted 1992

Flag of the Azores.svg Azores


Flag of the Bahamas.svg Bahamas

Flag of Bahrain.svg Bahrain

  • Bahrainona (Our Bahrain), since 1971 (lyrics updated 2002).

Flag of Bangladesh.svg Bangladesh

Flag of Barbados.svg Barbados

  • In Plenty and In Time of Need, adopted 1966 (copyrighted in Barbados in perpetuity, and in the USA until 95 years PMA).

Flag of the Basque Country.svg Basque Country

Flag of Bavaria (striped).svg Bavaria

Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus

Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium

Flag of Belize.svg Belize

Flag of Benin.svg Benin

Flag of Bermuda.svg Bermuda

Flag of Bhutan.svg Bhutan

Flag of Biafra.svg Biafra

Flag of Bolivia.svg Bolivia

Flag of Bonaire.svg Bonaire

Flag of Bophuthatswana (1972–1994).svg Bophuthatswana

Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia and Herzegovina

Flag of Botswana.svg Botswana

Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil

  • Hino Nacional do Brasil (The National Anthem of Brazil), adopted 1830 and again in 1890 with no lyics; lyrics added in 1922

Flag of Brittany.svg Brittany

Flag of Brunei.svg Brunei

Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria

Flag of Burkina Faso.svg Burkina Faso

Flag of Myanmar.svg Burma

Flag of Burundi.svg Burundi


Flag of Cape Verde.svg Cape Verde

Flag of Cambodia.svg Cambodia

Flag of Cameroon.svg Cameroon

Flag of Canada.svg Canada

National anthems of other Canadian entities:

  • Ave Maris Stella (Hail, Star of the Sea), with French lyrics by Jacinthe Laforest: national anthem of Acadia since 1992 (text copyrighted in Canada and the USA)
  • Ave Maris Stella, with traditional Latin lyrics: national anthem of Acadia prior to 1992
  • Ode to Newfoundland, national anthem of the Dominion of Newfoundland 1904–1949, now the provincial anthem of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Gens du pays (Folks of the Land) by Gilles Vigneault, unofficial national anthem of Quebec (text copyrighted in Canada and the USA).

Flag of the Canary Islands.svg Canary Islands

Flag of Catalonia.svg Catalonia

Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg Cayman Islands

Flag of the Central African Republic.svg Central African Republic

Flag of Chad.svg Chad

Flag of the Chechen Republic.svg Chechnya

Flag of Chile.svg Chile

Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China

People's Republic of China:

  • Yìyǒngjūn Jìnxíngqǔ (March of the Volunteers), national anthem of the People's Republic of China, adopted provisionally upon taking power in 1949, and officially restored in 1982
  • The East Is Red, de facto anthem of the PRC during the Cultural Revolution (1960s and 1970s)

Republic of China (Taiwan):

  • San Min Chu I (Three Principles of the People), national anthem of the Republic of China, adopted 1937 (in use in mainland China until 1946; still in use in Taiwan)
  • Zhōnghuá Míngúo Gúoqígē (National Flag Anthem of the Republic of China), alternate anthem of the Republic of China, used in cases when the ROC anthem cannot be played (e.g. at the Olympics).

Republic of China (pre-1949):

  • Qing Yun Ge (The Song to the Auspicious Cloud), in use 1913-1915, and again with a new musical setting and slightly modified lyrics 1921-1928
  • Zhong Guo Xiong Li Yu Zhou Jian (China Heroically Stands in the Universe), briefly in use 1915-1916
  • Wǔzú gònghé gē (Song of Five Races Under One Union), briefly in use by the provisional government in 1912-1913

Qing dynasty:

  • Gong Jin’ou (Cup of Solid Gold), first official anthem of China, used unofficially since 1675 and officially from 1911 to 1912

Chinese Soviet Republic:


Flag of Ciskei.svg Ciskei

Flag of Colombia.svg Colombia

Flag of the Comoros.svg Comoros

Flag of the Confederate States of America (1861–1863).svg Confederate States of America

Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Congo, Democratic Republic of

  • Debout Congolaise (Arise Congolese), adopted 1960, replaced 1971, restored 1997.
  • La Zaïroise, in use 1971-1997 as the national anthem of Zaire.
  • La Katangaise (The Katangaise), national anthem of the Katanga secessionist movement (1960-1963).

Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg Congo, Republic of

  • La Congolaise (The Congolese), adopted upon independence in 1951, relinquished 1970, restored 1991.
  • Les Trois Glorieuses (Three Glorious Days), in use 1970-1991 as the national anthem of the People’s Republic of Congo.

Flag of the Cook Islands.svg Cook Islands

Flag of Cornwall.svg Cornwall

Flag of Costa Rica.svg Costa Rica

Flag of Côte d'Ivoire.svg Côte d'Ivoire

Flag of Crimea.svg Crimea

Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia

Flag of Cuba.svg Cuba

Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus

  • Hymn to Freedom (national anthem of Greece), adopted as Cypriot anthem in 1966 by Greek Cypriot government
  • The March of Independence (national anthem of Turkey), used by Turkish Cypriots (Northern Cyprus)

Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic

  • Kde domov můj (Where is my home?), adopted upon dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993.
  • The Czechoslovakian anthem consisted of the first verse of the Czechian anthem followed by the first verse of the Slovakian anthem.


Flag of the Free City of Danzig.svg Danzig

Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark

Regional national anthems:

Flag of Djibouti.svg Djibouti

  • Jabuuti (Djabouti), adopted upon independence in 1977.

Flag of Dominica.svg Dominica

Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Dominican Republic

  • Himno Nacional (National Anthem), in use since 1879, official since 1934.


Flag of East Germany.svg East Germany

Flag of East Timor.svg East Timor

  • Pátria (Fatherland), adopted upon independence in 2002.

Flag of Ecuador.svg Ecuador

Flag of Egypt.svg Egypt

Flag of El Salvador.svg El Salvador

Flag of England.svg England

Flag of Equatorial Guinea.svg Equatorial Guinea

Flag of Eritrea.svg Eritrea

Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia

Flag of Ethiopia.svg Ethiopia

Flag of Europe.svg European Union


Flag of the Falkland Islands.svg Falkand Islands

Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands

Flag of Fiji.svg Fiji

  • Meda Dau Doka (God Bless Fiji), adopted upon independence in 1970

Flag of Finland.svg Finland

  • Maamme (Our Land), in use since before independence in 1917, never officially adopted through legislation
  • Finlandia, occasionally proposed as replacement anthem

Flag of Flanders.svg Flanders

Flag of France.svg France

National anthems of other French entities:

Flag of Frisia.svg Frisia


Flag of Gabon.svg Gabon

  • La Concorde (The Concord), adopted upon independence in 1960

Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia

Flag of The Gambia.svg Gambia

Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia

Anthems of disputed territories:

  • Aiaaira (Victory) by Gennady Alamia: de facto anthem of Abkhazia, adopted in 1992.

Flag of Germany.svg Germany

  • Das Deutschlandlied (The Song of Germany) adopted 1922, abolished 1945 with division of Germany; re-adopted 1991 after reunification. Only the third verse is official.
  • Horst Wessel Lied (Horst Wessel Song), along with first verse of Das Deutschlandlied, adopted 1933 as anthem of Nazi Germany, abolished 1945 with division of Germany
  • Heil Dir im Siegerkranz (Hail to Thee in Victor’s Crown), in use from unification of Germany in 1871 to abolition of German empire in 1918

Division of Germany:

  • Auferstanden aus Ruinen (Risen from Ruins), national anthem of East Germany from division in 1949 to reunification in 1990
  • Das Deutschlandlied (The Song of Germany), third verse adopted by West Germany in 1952 and used until reunification in 1990
  • Hymne an Deutschland (Hymn to Germany), first official anthem of West Germany, adopted 1950 and replaced 1952 due to unpopularity
  • Ich hab mich ergeben (I Am Devoted to You), unofficial anthem of West Germany from division in 1949 to replacement of anthem in 1950

Pre-unification of Germany:

  • Für Bayern (For Bavaria), former national anthem of the Free State of Bavaria, now official state anthem of Bavaria
  • Saarlied (Saar Song), former national anthem of the Saarland, now official state anthem

Flag of Ghana.svg Ghana

Flag of Gibraltar.svg Gibraltar

Flag of Greece.svg Greece

Flag of Greenland.svg Greenland

Flag of Grenada.svg Grenada

Flag of France (1794–1815, 1830–1974, 2020–present).svg Guadeloupe

  • see France
  • Guadeloupe has no national anthem of its own.

Flag of Guam.svg Guam

Flag of Guatemala.svg Guatemala

Flag of Guernsey.svg Guernsey

Flag of Guinea.svg Guinea

  • Liberté (Liberty), adopted on independence in 1956

Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg Guinea-Bissau

Flag of Guyana.svg Guyana


Flag of Haiti.svg Haiti

Flag of Hawaii.svg Hawaii

Flag of Honduras.svg Honduras

Flag of Hong Kong.svg Hong Kong

  • See China and United Kingdom
  • Hong Kong has never had its own anthem, but instead has used the anthem of its parent country.

Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary

  • Himnusz (Hymn), adopted 1844 while part of Austria-Hungary (q.v.), in use ever since.
  • Szózat (Appeal), unofficial secondary national anthem


Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland

  • Lofsöngur (Song of Praise), also known as Ó Guð vors lands (O, God of Our Land), in use since sovereignty in 1918, officially adopted 1944 when Iceland became a republic
  • Eldgamla Ísafold (Ancient Iceland), de facto national anthem under Danish rule prior to 1918

Flag of India.svg India

  • Jana Gana Mana (Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people), national anthem, adopted on independence in 1950
  • Vande Mataram (I bow to thee, Mother), official national song, adopted on independence in 1950

Flag of Indonesia.svg Indonesia

  • Indonesia Raya (Great Indonesia), adopted 1945 after end of Japanese occupation

Flag of Iran.svg Iran

Flag of Iraq.svg Iraq

  • Mawtini (My Homeland), adopted 2004 after fall of Saddam Hussein
  • Ardh Alforatain (Land of Two Rivers), used under Saddam Hussein; adopted 1981, abolished 2003
  • Walla Zaman Ya Selahy (Oh For Ages! My Weapon!), adopted without lyrics in 1965, replaced 1981
  • Mawtini (My Country), instrumental anthem, adopted 1958 on establishment of the republic, replaced 1965; also used 2003-2004 as an interim anthem
  • As-Salam al-Malaki (Peace to the King), instrumental anthem of the Kingdom of Iraq, in use since 1923 while still under British rule; officially adopted 1933, and replaced in 1958

Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland

Flag of Israel.svg Israel

  • Hatikva (The Hope), in use since 1848, adopted 2004

Flag of Italy.svg Italy


Flag of Jamaica.svg Jamaica

Flag of Japan.svg Japan

  • Kimi ga Yo (May your reign last forever), in use since 1870, adopted officially in 1992.

Flag of Jersey.svg Jersey

Flag of Jordan.svg Jordan


Flag of Karelia.svg Karelia

Flag of Katanga.svg Katanga

Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan

Flag with question mark.svg Kashmir

Flag of Kenya.svg Kenya

Flag of Kiribati.svg Kiribati

Unification flag of Korea.svg Korea

  • Arirang, folk song used as an anthem for a unified Korea (a blend medley of Aegukka and Aegukga is also sometimes used)
  • Daehan Jeguk Aegukga (Patriotic Hymn of the Great Korean Empire), anthem of the Korean Empire, adopted 1902 and used until annexation by Japan in 1910

Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo

  • Europe, instrumental national anthem, adopted 2008

Flag of Kurdistan.svg Kurdistan

  • Ey Reqîb (Hey Enemy), adopted 1946 for a few months in Mahabad, now in West Iran; adopted 1991 in Iraqi Kurdistan

Flag of Kuwait.svg Kuwait

Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyzstan


Flag of Laos.svg Laos

  • Pheng Xat Lao (Hymn of the Lao People), adopted 1947 on creation of the Kingdom of Laos, revised 1975.

Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia

Flag of Lebanon.svg Lebanon

  • Kulluna lil-watan (All Of Us, For Our Country), adopted 1927 by the French territory of Greater Lebanon and retained after independence

Flag of Lesotho.svg Lesotho

Flag of Liberia.svg Liberia

Flag of Libya.svg Libya

Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein

Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania

Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg

  • Ons Heemecht (Our Motherland), national anthem, adopted 1895
  • De Wilhelmus (The William), royal anthem, in use since 1919


Flag of Macau.svg Macao

  • Macao has never had its own anthem, but instead has used the anthem of its parent country.

Flag of North Macedonia.svg Macedonia

Flag of Madagascar.svg Madagascar

Flag of Malawi.svg Malawi

Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia

  • Negaraku (My Country), anthem of province of Perak since 1888, adopted as anthem of the whole country at independence in 1957

Flag of Maldives.svg Maldives

  • Gaumee Salaam (National Salute), adopted 1948 with the tune of Auld Lang Syne, and set to an original melody in 1972.
  • Salaamathi, instrumental, used as a state anthem until 1940, and as royal anthem until 1964

Flag of Mali.svg Mali

  • Le Mali (Mali), adopted shortly after independence, in 1962
  • Un Hymn du Mali (A Song of Mali), adopted upon independence in union with Senegal as the Mali Federation in 1960

Flag of Malta.svg Malta

  • L-Innu Malti (The Hymn of Malta), adopted 1945
  • Ave Crux Alba (Hail, White Cross), anthem of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta

Flag of Manchukuo.svg Manchukuo

Flag of the Marshall Islands.svg Marshall Islands

Flag of France.svg Martinique

Flag of Mauritania.svg Mauritania

Flag of Mauritius.svg Mauritius

  • Motherland, lyrics by Jean-Georges Prosper, music by Philippe Gentil, adopted 1968. Text copyrighted in Mauritius and in the USA.

Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico

Flag of the Federated States of Micronesia.svg Micronesia

Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova

Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco

  • A Marcia de Muneghu (The March of Monaco), adopted 1848, replaced with Monegasque translation in 1931

Flag of Mongolia.svg Mongolia

Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro

  • Oj, svijetla majska zoro (Oh, Bright Dawn of May), adopted 2004 while still united with Serbia
  • Ubavoj nam Crnoj Gori (To our beautiful Montenegro), anthem of the Kingdom of Montenegro, adopted 1870, in use until union with Serbia in 1918

Flag of Montserrat.svg Montserrat

Flag of Morocco.svg Morocco

  • Hymne Chérifien (Hymn of the Sharif), adopted without lyrics upon independence in 1956, new lyrics added 1970

Flag of Mozambique.svg Mozambique

Flag of Myanmar.svg Myanmar

  • Kaba Ma Kyei (Till the End of the World), adopted on independence in 1948


Flag of Artsakh.svg Nagorno-Karabagh

Flag of Namibia.svg Namibia

Flag of Nauru.svg Nauru

Flag of Nepal.svg Nepal

  • Sayaun Thunga Phulka (Hundreds of Flowers), adopted 2007 after the formation of Nepal as a republic
  • Ras Triya Gaan (National Song), national anthem of the Kingdom of Nepal, adopted 1962, abolished 2006

Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands

  • Het Wilhelmus (The William), in use since the 17th century, replaced 18156 and officially re-adopted 1932
  • Wien Neêrlands Bloed (Who is of Dutch Blood), adopted 1815 and abolished 1932

National anthems of other Dutch entities:

  • Aruba Dushi Tera (Aruba Precious Country), national song of Aruba territory
  • Anthem without a title, national anthem for the Netherland Antilles from 2000 to its dissolution in 2010.
  • Tera di Solo y Suave Biento (Land of the Sun and Soft Breeze), national anthem for the Netherlands Antilles 1964-2000, now municipal anthem of Bonaire
  • It Fryske Folksliet (The Frisian Folksong), national anthem of Frisia, in use since 1875

Flags of New Caledonia.svg New Caledonia

Dominion of Newfoundland Red Ensign.svg Newfoundland, Dominion of

Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand

  • God Defend New Zealand, one of two co-equal national anthems, adopted as national song in 1940, and as second national anthem in 1977
  • God Save the King, one of two co-equal national anthems, adopted 1840 while still a British colony
  • Ka Mate, National Rugby Anthem

Flag of Nicaragua.svg Nicaragua

  • Salve a ti, Nicaragua (Hail to Thee, Nicaragua), melody adopted c. 1836, replaced 1876; re-adopted 1918 with new lyrics added in 1939
  • Soldados, ciudadanos (Soldiers, Citizens), national anthem from 1876 to 1893
  • Hermosa Soberana (Beautiful and Sovereign), national anthem from 1893 to 1910
  • La Patria Amada (The Beloved Homeland), temporary anthem in use during the 1910s

Flag of Niger.svg Niger

  • La Nigerienne (The Song of Niger), adopted 1961 after independence

Flag of Nigeria.svg Nigeria

Flag of Niue.svg Niue

Flag of Norfolk Island.svg Norfolk Island

Flag of North Korea.svg North Korea

  • Aegukka (Patriotic Song), national anthem of North Korea, adopted 1947 (text copyrighted in North Korea and in the USA)

Flag of North Macedonia.svg North Macedonia

Flag of Northern Ireland (1953–1972).svg Northern Ireland

Flag of the Northern Mariana Islands.svg Northern Mariana Islands

Flag of Norway.svg Norway


Olympic flag.svg Olympics

Flag of Oman.svg Oman

Flag of the Orange Free State.svg Orange Free State

Flag of the Ottoman Empire (1844–1922).svg Ottoman Empire


Flag of Pakistan.svg Pakistan

Azad Kashmir:

Flag of Palau.svg Palau

Flag of Palestine.svg Palestine

  • Fida'i (Revolutionary), adopted 1972
  • Mawtini (My Homeland), de facto anthem before 1972, and still used as an unofficial anthem

Flag of Panama.svg Panama

Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg Papua New Guinea

Flag of Paraguay.svg Paraguay

Flag of Persia (1907–1933).svg Persia

Flag of Peru.svg Peru

Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines

  • Lupang Hinirang (Chosen Land), music adopted on independence in 1898, English lyrics adopted 1938 and abolished 1998, Filipino lyrics adopted 1956

Flag of the Pitcairn Islands.svg Pitcairn Islands

Flag of Poland.svg Poland

Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal

Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Puerto Rico


Flag of Qatar.svg Qatar

Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec


Flag of France.svg Réunion

Flag of Rhodesia (1968–1979).svg Rhodesia

Flag of Romania.svg Romania

  • Deșteaptă-te, române! (Wake up, Romanian), current anthem of Romania, adopted 1990 after establishment of democratic rule; was also unofficially used prior to 1990
  • Trei culori (Three Colours), anthem under the rule of Nicolae Ceauşescu; adoped 1977 and replaced 1990
  • Te slăvim, Românie (We praise you, Romania), adopted 1953, and used until replaced by Nicolae Ceauşescu in 1977
  • Zdrobite cătușe (Broken Handcuffs), adopted 1948 upon establishment of the Communist republic; in use until 1953
  • Trăiască Regele (Long Live the King), adopted 1866 without lyrics (with the title Marș triumfal), lyrics adopted 1881 when Romania became a kingdom, in use until deposition of the monarchy in 1947.

Flag of Russia.svg Russia

  • Gosudarstvenny Gimn Rossiyskoy Federatsii (Hymn of the Russian Federation), adopted 2000
  • Patrioticheskaya Pesnya (The Patriotic Song), adopted 1990 upon independence from the Soviet Union, replaced 2000
  • No anthem, as a member of the Soviet Union (1922-1990)
  • Internatsional (The Internationale), anthem of the Bolshevik government since 1918, used until formation of the USSR in 1922
  • La Marseillaise (The Marseillaise), anthem of some liberal government factions under the Provisional Government in 1917-1918
  • Rabochaya Marselyeza (The Worker's Marseillaise), anthem of some socialist government factions under the Provisional Government in 1917-1918
  • Kol slaven nash Gospod v Sione (How Glorious Our Lord Is In Zion), unofficial "spiritual" anthem used under the Provisional Government in 1917-1918
  • Bozhe, tsarya khrani (God Save the Czar), adopted 1833, abolished upon abdication of the last czar in 1817
  • Molitva Russkikh (The Prayer of the Russians), adopted 1816, replaced 1833

National anthems of the Soviet Union:

National anthems of other Russian entities:

Flag of Rwanda.svg Rwanda

  • Rwanda nziza (Rwanda, Our Beautiful Country), adopted 2001
  • Rwanda rwacu (Our Rwanda), adopted on independence in 1962, replaced 2001


Flag of Saarland.svg Saarland

Flag of Saint Barthélemy (local).svg Saint Barthélemy

Flag of Saint Helena.svg Saint Helena

Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis.svg Saint Kitts and Nevis

Flag of Saint Lucia.svg Saint Lucia

Flag of France.svg Saint Martin

Flag of France.svg Saint Pierre and Miquelon

  • No local national anthem is known.

Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.svg Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Flag of Samoa.svg Samoa

Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino

Flag of São Tomé and Príncipe.svg Sao Tome and Principe

Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi Arabia

  • Aash Al Maleek (Long Live Our Beloved King) adopted 1950. The instrumental version is referred to as The Royal Salut.

Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland

Flag of Sealand.svg Sealand

Flag of Senegal.svg Senegal

Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia

  • Boze Pravde (God of Justice), adopted upon independence in 1904 and again in 2006, and used as an unofficial anthem as part of Yugoslavia from 1918-2006

Flag of Seychelles.svg Seychelles

  • Koste Seselwa (Seychellois Unite), adopted 1996
  • Fyer Seselwa (Be Proud Seychellois), adopted upon a coup in 1978, replaced 1996
  • En Avant (Forward), adopted upon independence in 1976; replaced 1978

Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore

Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia

Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa

Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea

  • Aegukga (Patriotic Song), national anthem of South Korea, adopted 1948

Flag of the Order of St. John (various).svg Sovereign Military Order of Malta

Flag of Spain.svg Spain

    • La bandera blanca y verde (The Green and White Flag), anthem of Andalusia since 1982
    • Eusko Abendaren Ereserkia (Anthem of the Basque Ethnicity), anthem of Basque Country: adopted by Basque National Party in 1902, by Basque Autonomous Community 1936-1939, readopted 1983 without lyrics
    • Himno de Canarias (Anthem of the Canary Islands) adopted 2003
    • Canto de Tierra, unofficial anthem used by some Canarian independence movements prior to 2003
    • Pasodoble Islas Canarias, ditto
    • Els Segadors (The Reapers), anthem of Catalonia since 1899, official since 1993
    • Os Pinos (The Pines), anthem of Galicia, used since 1907, adopted officially 1977

Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka

Flag of Eswatini.svg Swaziland

Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden

Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland


Flag of the Republic of China.svg Taiwan

Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand

Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Trinidad and Tobago

Flag of Tunisia.svg Tunisia

Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey

Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Turkmenistan


Flag of Uganda.svg Uganda

Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine

Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom

  • "God Save the King" (or "God Save the Queen" during the reign of a male monarch) (royal anthem)
    • List also: England, Scotland, North Ireland, Wales, Cornwall ...



Northern Ireland

Flag of Argentina (1818).svg United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata

Flag of the U.S..svg United States of America

Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan


Flag of Venezuela.svg Venezuela

  • "Gloria al Bravo Pueblo" (Glory to the Brave People)

Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam

  • "Độc lập–Tự do–Hạnh phúc" (Independence – Liberty – Happiness)


Flag of Wales.svg Wales

Flag of West Germany; Flag of Germany (1990–1996).svg West Germany

Flag of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.svg Western Sahara


Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Yugoslavia


Flag of Zambia.svg Zambia

Flag of Zimbabwe.svg Zimbabwe

See also