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National Emblems

Questions about emblems such as flags, coats-of-arms, or any other other national symbols such as animals or trees.

Asked in Mexico, Flags, National Emblems, Flag of Mexico

What do the colors of the Mexican flag stand for?

At the end of the Mexican War of Independence (1810-1821), the Army of the Three Guarantees (Spanish: Ejercito Trigarante or Ejercito de las Tres Garantias) was the name given to the army after the unification of the Spanish troops led by Agustin de Iturbide and the Mexican insurgent troops of Vicente Guerrero, consolidating Mexico's independence from Spain. At first, the meaning of the colors of the Army of the Three Guarantees was: Green: was a sign of independence from Spain. White: Religion, faith or belief,...
Asked in Alaska, Flags, National Emblems

How does Alaska's state flag look like?

The"Big Dipper" stars and the "north star" patterns are displayed on a blue background. All the stars are gold color. ...
Asked in Peacocks and Peahens, India, National Emblems

When it was declared as national bird?

In 1963, the peacock was declared the National Bird of India because of its rich religious and legendary involvement in Indian traditions. The criteria for this choice were many. The bird must be well-distributed within the country so it could truly 'national'. It must be recognisable to the common man. It must lend itself to formal depiction, i.e. abstract depiction on government publications, etc. It must not be confused with the bird emblem of any other nation. It should be associated with...
Asked in History of the United States, National Emblems

Pledge of Allegiance words?

I pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all. I pledge of Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and Justice for all. It's not "I pledge of allegiance" but "I pledge allegiance." Also, there are only four words that are proper nouns. A better rendering: I...
Asked in Germany, German Language and Culture, National Emblems

What is Germany's national flower?

Germany does not have a national flower. Its only national symbol is the eagle (known as the Bundesadler - Federal Eagle). ...
Asked in Spain, Denmark, National Emblems

What is Denmarks national flower?

The Marguerite Daisy
Asked in Mexico, Flags, National Emblems, Flag of Mexico

What do the colors and symbols on the Mexican flag stand for?

At the end of the Mexican War of Independence (1810-1821), the Army of the Three Guarantees (Ejercito Trigarante or Ejercito de las Tres Garantias) was the name given to the army after the unification of the Spanish troops led by Agustin de Iturbide and the Mexican insurgent troops of Vicente Guerrero, consolidating Mexico's independence from Spain. At first, the meaning colors of the Army of the Three Guarantees was: Green: was a sign of independence from Spain. White: Religion, faith or belief, the Roman Catholic faith. Red:...
Asked in Birds, National Emblems, Flamingos

What country's national bird is the flamingo?

It is the Flamingo the national bird of Brazil.
Asked in Canada, Birds, National Emblems

What is the national bird of Canada?

The Canadian Goose, The Great Northern Loon, or The Barn Swallow. No Technically there in no National Bird for Canada. Or does not have an official representative national bird. ...
Asked in Paris, France, National Emblems

What is the national animal of France?

The national animal of France is the Gallic rooster.
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Guyana, National Emblems

What Is Guyana's National Bird?

Guyana's National Bird is called the Cajen Pheasant. All I did was google it, I'm not a nerd or anything. ...
Asked in Italy, National Emblems, Tulips

What is the national flower of Italy?

Italy does not have an official national flower. However Italy does sometimes use the lily. But the lily does not officially represent Italy, it is the coat of arms for the Medici Family, from Florence in Italy. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Flower Gardening, Symbolism and Symbolic Meanings, National Emblems

What flower is the national flower of America?

The rose. September 23, 1986, the House of Representatives passed a joint resolution naming the rose as the "national floral emblem" of the United States. The Senate had passed the resolution in 1985. ...
Asked in Spain, Latin and World Music, National Emblems

What is the national flower of Spain?

The national flower of Spain is the Red Carnation.
Asked in India, National Emblems

What is the national tree of India?

There are several national trees in India but the main are -Gulmohar and mahagony . Banyan Tree is the National tree of India. ...
Asked in United Arab Emirates, Birds, National Emblems

What is the national bird of UAE?

the national bird of UAE is falcon. Falcon is the national bird of UAE and is a symbol of force and courage, recognizing the importance of falconry in Arab tradition and culture. ...
Asked in Canada, Symbolism and Symbolic Meanings, National Emblems

What is Canada's national flower?

Canada does not have an official national flower. However they use the maple leaf as a national symbol, which is also on their national flag. There are state flowers for some Canadian states, but there is no national flower. For more information on the national symbols of Canada, click here. ...
Asked in Jamaica, Europe, National Emblems

What is the national flower of Jamaica?

The Lignum Vitae is the national flower of Jamaica and it is indigenous to Jamaica. People outside of Jamaica did not not know about this flower until plants were taken from Jamaica to England in 1793 by Captain William Bligh. One of the earliest local growers of the tree was Dr Thomas Clarke who introduced it to the eastern parishes in 1778. ...
Asked in Libraries and Library History, History of the Middle East, National Emblems

What are the uses of a library?

They are a big source of research for pupils and teachers. It is important for pupils to read because they will need to be able to read in their future. When pupils read it is increasing their vocabulary. Usually school libraries have computers, so they could use the computer for information. School libraries are useful for teachers to store pupils grades, targets and work on the computers. Teachers can make slideshows and games to make lessons more fun and interesting. Teachers can...
Asked in Spain, National Emblems

What is the national animal of Spain?

The national animal of Spain is the bull. It symbolizes power and immortality. ...
Asked in Bangladesh, National Emblems

What is the national flower of Bangladesh?

The water lily is the national flower of Bangladesh