Belgrade Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Belgrade was designed by Dorde Andrejevic Kun in 1931 and was adopted by the Serbian city in 1932. The blue sky represents hope and faith. The red ground represents the Serbian people's struggle for freedom. The white waves symbolize the Sava and Danube rivers and symbolize strength. The walls represent the city's trade, the tower and open gate represent an open market and hospitality, and the ship, a Roman trireme refers to the antiquity of the city[1].
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