National symbols of Occitania

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This article lists notable national symbols of the Popular Union of Occitania.


Flag of Occitania
See adjacent text.
Use National flag and ensign
Proportion 1:2
Adopted 15 September 2016
Design A plain red flag with a golden hammer and sickle and a gold-bordered red star in its upper canton.
Designed by Unknown

After the establishment of communism, the former flag of the USSR was used as an official flag. On April, 30 a referendum will maybe change the flag.

Coat of arms

Coat of Arms of the Occitania
CoA Occitania.png
ArmigerThe Popular Union of Occitania
Adopted15 September 2016
MottoFrench: Prolétaires de tous les pays, unissez-vous !

In the middle is represented a hammer and a sickle, symbol of communism. On the sides, ears of wheat, representing the country's agriculture. At the bottom of the vines, like those that grow in the Medoc region. Above is a red star where the Occitan cross is located.

This coat of arms was offered by Oscar I, Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia.

National animal and tree

National anthem

The national anthem is The People's Parade. Listen it on Youtube.

French version

Du bleu de notre ciel,

Des courbures de nos rivières

Au-dessus de nos montagnes

Où les falaises font écho

À travers nos prairies

Où résonne nos chansons

Frissonne la voix de notre mie,

De notre pays Occitanie

Nous répondrons à ton appel,

Nous offrirons ce que tu demandes:

Nous vivrons, ou nous mourrons,

Nous pour toi, Occitanie

English version

From the blue of our sky,

Bends of our rivers

Above our mountains

Where the cliffs echo

Through our meadows

Where our songs resonate

Shuddering the voice of our dear,

From our country Occitania

We will answer your call,

We will offer what you ask:

We shall live, or we shall die,

We for you, Occitania