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NATIONAL SYMBOLS
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Definitions

  1. National symbols are symbols of states, nations and countries in the world.
  2. National symbols are created to unite people by creating visual, verbal, or iconic representations of a nation's people, values, goals, or history.
  3. The use of national symbols is a controversial issue, since the country's 23-percent ethnic Albanian minority insists on using the Albanian flag.

Countries

  1. Countries have to choose their national symbols based on International norms.

Island

  1. The traditional Cossack Bulava is one of its national symbols and the island of the Khortytsia, where the Zaporozhian Sich once existed, has been restored.

Denominations

  1. Previously the 1- and 5-kroner coins also carried the royal effigy, but now these denominations are decorated only with stylistic royal or national symbols.

Important Area

  1. It is the important area of national symbols is the critical area in which the two philosophies meet.

Polish People

  1. It was established in order to educate the Polish people about the history and significance of national symbols.

British Flag

  1. The British flag incorporates the national symbols of three distinct countries, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

National Flower

  1. National symbols The national flower is the Pride of Barbados or Caesalpinia pulcherrima (L.) Sw., which grows across the island.

National Flag

  1. Nationalist parties and nationalist politicians, in this sense, usually place great emphasis on national symbols, such as the national flag.

Australian National Flag

  1. The Australian national flag has become the most familiar of our national symbols.

Republicanism

  1. It is in this area, the confirmation of national symbols that republicanism and nationalism overlap.

Symbol

  1. It later became the symbol of Jagiellon dynasty and is one of the national symbols of Lithuania, featured in the Order of the Cross of Vytis.

Arms

  1. The national symbols, flags and coat of arms, representing the Commonwealth were strongly British.
  2. Georgian Heraldry - Information on Family and City coat of arms, national symbols of Georgia.

National Anthems

  1. External links The World All Countries Anthems, a website about National symbols, including the national anthems of all nations.

Anthems

  1. Bryson, L., and McCartney, C. (1994) Clashing Symbols: A report on the use of flags, anthems and other national symbols in Northern Ireland.

National Symbols

  1. Taino cultural artifacts include cave paintings in several locations in the nation, which have become national symbols of Haiti and tourist attractions.
  2. The national symbols of the Ukrainians are the Flag of Ukraine and the Coat of arms of Ukraine.
  3. The current law of national symbols, Law on the National Arms, Flag, and Anthem, that governs the use of the national flag has been in place since 1984.

Categories

  1. Australian National Flag
  2. Current Law
  3. Several Locations
  4. Cave Paintings
  5. Culture > Arts > Music > Anthems
  6. Books about "National Symbols" in Amazon.com

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