Ever wondered, whose flag is this? Well now you’ll find that one out. It represents the Ascension Island flag, the small isolated volcanic island placed in equatorial waters of South Atlantic Ocean and while the population of this one is merely more than 800 people, it still is one of the places that is officially the part of the British Overseas territory, together with St. Helena and few others. While it’s quite difficult to simply go there and live given that by law you can’t just become the resident of this place, it’s still nice to know that it exists.
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