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Symbols of Suverska
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Various symbols are used to represent Suverska and its people, such as the national flag and coat of arms, which are formally used to represent the nation. Along with these formal symbols, the government has also declared that the national sport is ice hockey, the national animal is the Pronghorn (antilocapra americana), the national fruit is the chokecherry (prunus virginiana), and the national flower is the marigold (calendula officinalis).
|National flag||The current flag of Suverska, which was adopted alongside the 2020 Constitution on March 27, 2020.|
|National arms||The current arms of Suverska, which were adopted on April 19, 2020.|
|National colours||Black, gold, and white
||The national colours of Suverska, used on the flag since March 27, 2020.|
|The pronghorn (antilocapra americana) is the national animal.|
|The chokecherry (prunus virginiana) is the national fruit.|
|The marigold (calendula officinalis) is the national flower.|
|Ice hockey is the national sport.|
List of Suverskan flags
|2020–present||National flag of the Republic of Suverska||A|
Flags of Suverskan Krais
|2013–2014||National flag of the Republic of East Butte||A horizontal triband of green, white, and orange, charged with a navy blue wheel with 24 spokes in the centre (an upside-down version of the Indian flag was intially used as the flag of the Republic of East Butte).|
|2014–2020||National flag of the Republic of Suwerenny||Red Ensign with image of a pine tree on a white field in the canton (the unofficial Flag of New England was used as the flag of the Republic of Suwerenny).|