The flag of Benelux is an unofficial flag commissioned by the Committee for Belgian-Dutch-Luxembourgian Cooperation in 1951.
Benelux is an amalgam of the flags of the member states: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The red stripe is from the Flag of Luxembourg, the blue stripe is from the Flag of the Netherlands, and the black stripe and yellow lion rampant are taken from the Coat of arms of Belgium.
- The presidency of the Benelux is held in turn by the three countries for a period of one year.
- The Benelux is an economically dynamic and densely populated region, with 5.6% of the European population and 7.9% of the joint EU GDP.
Flag of Benelux Union
Flag of Benelux Union Members