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National symbols of Occitania
This article lists notable national symbols of the Popular Union of Occitania.
|Use||National flag and ensign|
|Adopted||23 April 2017|
|Design||Three horizontal bands (Yellow and red symbolize Aragon, Catalonia and Occitania, white symbolize peace) and a blue pall, a central blue band that splits into a horizontal Y, who symbolize the two rivers of the country, Nata and Mūša.|
|Designed by||Babou Chkaya|
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|
|Armiger||The Popular Union of Occitania|
|Adopted||08 May 2017|
The coat of arms returns to the flag. The bycephalic eagle represents the different cultures of the country. Below, ears of wheat, representing the country's agriculture.
Former occitanian coat of arms.
(15 September 2016 – 8 May 2017) 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.
National animal and tree
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
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