Slovenia

"Coat of Arms"

The Slovenian coat of arms consists of a red bordered blue shield on which there is a stylised white mount Triglav. Under Triglav there are two bending lines, which represent the sea and rivers, and above Triglav there are three golden, six-pointed stars, forming a triangle. The stars are taken from the coat of arms of the counts of Celje.

In 1991, Marko Poga─Źnik designed the official coat of arms of the newly constituted Republic of Slovenia.

 

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Triglav Mountain

Yugoslavia 1948, Coat of arms of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia (1944-1991)

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Slovenia 1991, The new Coat of arms of the Republic of Slovenia (with inscription 26.12.1991)
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Triglav Mountain stamp Coat of Arms Slovenia

Slovenia 1992, Coat of arms of the Republic of Slovenia

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Slovenia 1997, Coat of arms of the Republic of Slovenia (stamp from block)
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Slovenia 2001, Slovenian flag and coat of arms
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Triglav Mountain stamp Coat of Arms Slovenia

United Nations 2002, Slovenian flag and coat of arms

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