Russia Coat of Arms
The current coat of arms of Russia was adopted on November 30, 1993. It featured a double headed (each crowned) eagle on a red shield. The eagle holds a sceptre and a globus cruciger in its talons. A shield on the eagle's chest depicts a knight (identified with St. George) upon horseback slaying a dragon. The arms derives from the coat of arms of the Russian Empire, and derives from the medieval arms used during the reign of Ivan III (1462-1505). The double headed eagle has its origins in the fact that Ivan III married Byzantine princess Sophia Paleologue in 1492, as the double headed eagle was the official symbol of the late Byzantine Empire (the second Roman Empire). After Constantinople fall to the Anatolian Turks in 1453, Ivan III held that Moscovy was the last true stronghold of the Christian faith and that it represented the third Roman Empire[1].
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  Russia Flag
The flag of Russia is a horizontal tricolour consisting of three equal bands of white, blue, and red. It became the official flag in 1896, having been originally used by merchant and war ships. It replaced during the October Revolution in 1917, but later readopted on August 25, 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. One theory holds that the flag derives from the flag of the Netherlands, as in 1668, during the construction of the first Russian naval ship, the ship's chief engineer, who was dutch, wrote to Tsar Alexis I for the need for a flag for the ship, and was partisan toward the Dutch flag. Another theory holds that the colors derive from the coat of arms of Moscow. Although there are no official meaning to the colors, different interpretations exists. One view holds that white represents God, blue represents the Tsar, and red the peasants. Another view holds that white represents the bright future, blue represents the clouded present, and red represents the bloody past[2].
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