Kabèh nagara-nagara Nordik, klebu teritori otonom Kapuloan Faroe lan Kapuloan Åland, duwé désain gendéra kang padha, kabèh migunakaké dhasar Dannebrog, gendéra Denmark, awujud palang sing punjeré ora dumunung ing tengah (off-center) kapara luwih cedhak marang cagak gendérané, kang diarani palang Nordik (Nordic cross).
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