if You want the flake to the top on good Friday, if you have a festive event that will be marked. Good Friday is an official liturgical day for hoisting the flag, where flag at half-mast throughout the day to mark Jesus’ crucifixion, but do you have a festive event that should be celebrated, goes this prior to the sacred day for hoisting the flag, and there is therefore nothing in the way of that you hoist the flag to the top.
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While you, as a private citizen on good Friday allowed the flake to the top, it is different for public authorities. They have no choice and must flake on half on good Friday – even if they had to have something to celebrate.
Do you hoist any other flag than the Danish Flag in the garden
Should a church day for hoisting the flag and a royal day for hoisting the flag fall on the same day, so goes the church day for hoisting the flag ahead of the royals, tells Ssøren Crueys Bagger from the National knowledge Centre for the Danish under the Danish Society. the
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the Logic here is that the church flagdage is fixed, while the royal flagdage changes, so goes the church flagdage prior to the royal.
for Example, decreased the queen's birthday some years ago along with good Friday, which meant that the flag over the country were at half-mast throughout the day in spite of the king's birthday.
Flagpoles and flagregler
Read the Danish-Society's guide to the use of Dannebrog