Order of the Compass
|Order of the Compass|
Design of the award
|Awarded by the Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun|
|Type||State order with one degree|
|Awarded for||Extraordinary service to the people and nation of Gishabrun.|
|Established||20 July 2010|
|Sovereign||HIM Tsar Kuri I|
|Next (lower)||Order of the Willow Leaf|
The Order of the Compass is a Gishabrunian order of one degree, established by HIM Tsar Kuri I on the 20th July, 2010. The Order of the Compass is currently the highest decoration in The Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun. All Gishabrunian citizens and citizens of micronations recognised by The Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun are eligible to receive this award. The initials for the Order of the Compass are: OGB (because the order used to be called The Order of Gishabrun).
All of the symbols used in the medal and ribbon of the Order of the Compass come from the national flag, which are:
-Maroon represents patriotism, courage, effort and preservation of culture.
-Blue represents hope, truth, freedom and correct government.
-Green represents discovery, wilderness and environmental legacy.
The yellow compass represents the fourth, unofficial principle, which is the advancement of scientific knowledge.