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Coat of arms of Venezuela

Posted by rod - 19.12.2010

The coat of arms was established in the Law of the National Flag, Shield and Anthem (Ley de Bandera, Escudo e Himno Nacionales), passed on February 17, 1954 by the military governor of Venezuela, Marcos Pérez Jiménez. The shield is divided in the colors of the National Flag. In the dexter chief, on a red field, wheat represents the union of the 20 States of the Republic existing at the time and the wealth of the Nation. In sinister chief, on a yellow field, weapons (a sword, a sabre and three lances) and two National Flags are tied by a branch of laurel, as a symbol of triumph in war. In base, on a deep blue field, a wild white horse (perhaps representing Simón Bolívar’s white horse Palomo) runs free, an emblem of independence and freedom.  Above the shield are two crossed cornucopias (horns of plenty), pouring out wealth. The shield is flanked by an olive branch and another of palm, both tied at the bottom of the coat with a large band that represents the national tricolour (yellow for the nation’s wealth, blue for the ocean separating Venezuela from Spain, and red for the blood and courage of the people). The following captions appear in golden letters on the blue stripe. via wikipedia

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10 Comments (add yours?)
  • From: segurio
  • Mar 17, 2011


  • From: segurio
  • Mar 17, 2011

lets go spain in the world cup!!! crush the stupid mexicans

  • From: Pedro
  • Mar 29, 2011

Boooo, Go mexicans! jajajajaja

  • From: rod
  • Mar 29, 2011

Hey Pedro don’t diss the Venezuelans.

My black friend just informed me that he banged a Venezuelan chick really hard up the butt because she had a penis.

  • From: Name*
  • Oct 09, 2015

why are you people so messed up

Venezuela/parks and rec

venezula o yesss

i love that show. and i love the office us not uk the uk sucks

ewww patrick

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