Coat of arms of Andany
|This article relates to the Principality of Andany.|
|Adopted||25 July 2017|
|Design||Conch shell with palm fronds, two Audouin’s gulls flying over the Mediterranean, and a green arrow representatively protecting Andany.|
The coat of arms of the Principality of Andany was adopted on 25 July 2017, right after the declaration of independence of Andany.
Coat of Arms
The escutcheon (shield) is supported by two Green sea turtles. The crest on top of the helm (helmet) is a conch shell, which represents the varied marine life of the country. Below the helm is the escutcheon itself, whose main charge is the ocean. Three Audouin’s gulls are above the ocean to represent Andany going to the future! The green arrow in the escutcheon means protection (over Andany, its citizens, and the environment). The country's motto, Latin: "Clavis est ad mare magnum" (The key to the Mediterranean), is shown on a white banner at the bottom of the escutcheon.