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Russian Coat of Arms





The Russian Coat of Arms consists of a red heraldic shield, emblazoned with the official Russian emblem, the double-headed eagle.


The Russian Coat of Arms


(image source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Coat_of_Arms_of_the_Russian_Federation.svg)



Symbolism


Above the gold two-headed eagle, there are three historic crowns of Peter the Great – one big and two small, and in the claws of the eagle are a crown, which symbolize the power of the State.

On the breast of the eagle there is a horseman, standing over a slain dragon, representing the triumph of good over evil.

















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