The Virgin Islands' Flag
The islands were bought from Denmark in 1917. The flag was adopted in 1921. The eagle, on a white field, holds an olive branch in one talon, and three arrows in the other, representing the three major islands of St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix. The colors are yellow, for the various characteristics of the territory and the flowers; green, symbolizing the hills; white, depicts the clouds; blue, for the waters and red, for love.
Other V Names:
Vessup Bay, St. Thomas Nice pictures of the beach.
Vluck Point, St. Thomas