Venezuela Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Venezuela was adopted on February 17, 1954. It features a shield divided into three sections. The upper left section depicts golden wheat on a red field, which represents the nation's wealth and the union of the 20 States of the Republic. The upper right section depicts a sword, a sabre, three lance, and two national flags all tied together by a laurel branch, which symbolizes triumph in war. The lower section of the shield features a wild white horse on a blue field, which is a symbol of independence and freedom. Some believe the horse represents Simon Bolivar's horse, Palomo. Two crossed cornucopias are depicted above the shield. The shield is flanked by an olive branch and palm, which are tied together at the base of the shield with a ribbon of the national colors. The ribbon contains several inscriptions 19 de Abril de 1810 (April 19, 1810), 20 de Febrero de 1859 (February 20, 1859), Independencia (Independence), Federación (Federation), and República de Venezuela (Republic of Venezuela)[1].
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  Venezuela Flag
The flag of Venezuela is a horizontal tricolour consisting of three equal bands of yellow, blue, and red. An arc of eight five-pointed white stars is depicted in the center of the flag. The nation's coat of arms is depicted in the upper right corner of the flag. The current design was adopted on March 12, 2006, however the flag origins date back to 1811 during the country's struggle for independence from Spain. It is based on the flag designed by Francisco de Miranda in 1806 during his voyage to liberate Venezuela. One theory holds that Miranda received the theory of primary colors from German writer and philosopher Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which inspired the flag. The eight stars represent the colonial provinces of Barcelona, Barinas, Caracas, Cumaná, Margarita, Mérida, and Trujillo, and also the newly freed province of Guayana[2].
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