Ireland Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Ireland features a shield with a gold harp on a blue background. Although it was adopted on November 9, 1945, the Gaelic harp, known as Cláirseach, has long been a heraldic Irish symbol, which historians can trace back to at least the 13th century as described in a French roll or arm preserved in the Hague[1].
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  Ireland Flag
The flag of Ireland is a vertical tricolour of green, white, and orange. It was adopted in 1919 during the Irish War of Independence. Although the Irish Constitution officially assigns no meaning to the colors, it is commonly held that green represents the Irish nationalist tradition, orange represents the Orange tradition, and white represents the peace between them. The flag was originally presented to Thomas Francis Meaghe by a group of French women who were sympathetic to the Irish cause[2].
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