Algeria Flag Emoji 🇩🇿
Albania Emoji 🇩🇿 is simply a flag sequence combing two regional indicator symbol letters – [🇩] and [🇿]. The Flag: Albania Emoji (Unicode: U+1F1E9 U+1F1FF) was released in 2010 as a part of Unicode Version 6.0. The emoji depicts two equal vertical bars (green and white) and a red star and crescent in the center.
To use the official flag emoji on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or other websites, simply click on the “Copy” button below. You can then paste this emoji on any app that supports emoji. This emoji should work fine on Android and iOS smartphones/tablets. Various devices and apps may show different emoji versions of the flag for Albania. Since this is a special character and not an image, this code can be used anywhere.
To find flag emoji of other countries, please visit Flag Emoji page. Adding a emoji is a great way to add tone and clarity to what you are posting on social media apps and messengers. Whenever a browser or an app doesn’t support this emoji, letters DZ is displayed.
Albania Emoji Flag – Codes 🇩 🇿
|Flag of Algeria
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|0xd83c 0xdde9 0xd83c 0xddff
|UTF-16 (16-bit Unicode Transformation Format)
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