What is The National Coat of Arms of Egypt?

The Coat of Arms of Egypt Or Emblem of Egypt is a Golden Eagle looking towards the Viewer’s Left. It Was Officially Adopted In 1984. The “Eagle of Saladin” was first Introduced as a National Symbol of the Egyptian Revolution of 1952.

In The Center of Coat of Arms, The Golden Eagle Bears the name of the country in Arabic script. The Current Coat of Arms Was Introduced in the Time of Mubarak era.

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