The Albania flag was officially adopted on April 7, 1992.
The flag features a double-headed eagle in black, on a red background. This design is traced back to George Castriota, an Albanian Christian, and a 15th century Turkish general. He used the Byzantine two-headed eagle on his seals, hence the Albanian flag. Note that Albanians call their country Shapiperia, meaning "Land of the Eagle."
Albania Coat of Arms:
An adaptation of the flag, Alabania's coat of arms consists of a two-headed eagle with the helmet of Skanderbeg hovering above.
19th century Ottoman Empire flag of Albania
Naval Ensign of Albania
Civil Ensign of Albania