Coat of arms of Azzurria

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Coat of Arms of the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria
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Adopted 27 October 2016
Design An oval gold edged containing six white vertical stripes and seven blue vertical stripes, alternating between them, topped by the denomination in two lines "Most Serene Empire of Azzurria" and completed at the bottom by the national motto "Pax et Libertas", all supported by two white horses, one on each side, to symbolize the Emperor and Empress.

The coat of arms of the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria was adopted on 27 October 2016, right after the transition from the Tower City State into the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria.

The Coat of Arms

The National Coat of Arms was adopted on 27 October 2016, right after the transition from the Tower City State into the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria.

The exact cromatic definition:

Description RGB color model Web colors (Hex)
Light Blue 43, 149, 245 #2B95F5
White 100, 100, 100 #FFFFFF
Brilliant Gold 225, 199, 77 #E1C74D

Usage

The coat of arms appears on the official documents of the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria.

History

The coat of arms has been drawn by Fabrizio I, and immediately adopted as national coat of arms, right after the transition from the Tower City State into the Most Serene Empire of Azzurria.

See Also



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