Vilnius Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Vilnius was created in 1991 by Arvydas Kazdailis. However, its origins date back to 1330 AD. It depicts the baby Jesus in the hands of St. Christopher. It is speculated that prior to this, during pagan times, it depicted Titan Alkis, a hero of Lithuanian mythology, carrying his wife wife Janteryte across the Vilnia River. A banner at the bottom contains the motto "Unitas Justitia Spes", which translated to "Unity, Justice, Hope". One of the shield's supporters holds an anchor, representing hope, and a scale representing justice. The other holds an axe and tied rods, representing unity[1].
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