Belarus Flag
The current flag of Belarus was adopted on June 7, 1995. It is a horizontal bicolour of red and green. The left side is defaced with a vertical red-on-white Belarusian decorative pattern, which was designed by Matrena Markevich in 1917 and is commonly used in woven garments. The color red signifies the history of Belarus as the color red was used Belarusian forces at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410, as well as by the Red Army that fought Nazi Germany during World War II. The color green represents the nation's aspirations about the future, as well as the nation's forests[1].
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  Belarus Coat of Arms (1991)
This coat of arms of Belarus, known as the Pahonia (meaning the Chaser), depicts an armored white knight riding a horse and wielding a sword. The knight's shield features a yellow patriarchal cross. This symbol was used as far back as 1366 by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and was used until 1795 until it was annexed by the Russian Empire. Belarusian poet Maksim Bahdanovic wanted the arms to be used again, and it was in 1918 by the Belarusian People’s Republic. It was used again in 1991 when Belarus became independent from the Soviet Union. However, it was replaced in 1995[2].
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