Monaco's national flag emoji is made up of two horizontal stripes of equal width. The top stripe is red while the bottom is white. Charles III adopted the national flag of Monaco in 1881. The flag used before 1881 featured the old coat of arms.
Codepoints: 1F1F2 1F1E8
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 2.0)
The flag emoji of Tajikistan features three horizontal stripes. A wider white stripe is in the center with two thinner stripes on top and bottom. The top stripe is red while the bottom is green. In the center, there is a golden crown topped by seven stars.
The flag of Puerto Rico emoji shows red and white alternating horizontal stripes starting and ending with red. There is a blue triangle connecting all of the stripes with a white star in the middle of the triangle.
The Malaysia flag displays red and white alternating stripes starting with a red stripe on the top and a white stripe on the bottom. On the top left side sits a dark blue rectangle with a gold crescent moon and star in the middle. The crescent moon is on the left and the star it on the right.
Uzbekistan's flag emoji is made up of three horizontal stripes of turquoise, white and green. Thin red stripes border the thick white stripe. In the top left corner of the turquoise stripe, there is a white crescent moon with twelve stars.
The Serbia flag emoji displays 3 horizontal lines with red on top, navy-blue in the middle, and white on the bottom. Slightly off-centered to the left is a yellow, red, and white crest with a crown on top and a red outline.