If the flag is displayed on a flag pole, it shall have the blue field on top in times of peace and the red field on top in times of war.
If the Philippine flag is hanging vertically, the sun and stars should be on top while the blue field should be on the left in times of peace and on the right in times of war. (In Times of Peace, Red is right)
Government offices, primary and secondary schools, and private institutions who fly the Philippine flag on a flag pole in their compound must observe the flag-raising ceremony every Monday morning and the flag lowering ceremony every Friday afternoon.
Philippine flags displayed outside a building must be at a prominent location in relation to surrounding buildings.
Flags can be hung from a staff projecting upward from a wall, window, roof, balcony, or suspended from a rope to a pole erected away from a building.
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