What is The National Emblem of Italy?

What is The National Emblem of Italy?

The Emblem of Italy Also Called “Emblema Della Repubblica Italiana” Was Officially Adopted On 5 May 1948. The Emblem Design With a White Five-Pointed Star And a Thin Red Border.

Superimposed upon a five-Spoked Cogwheel. The Cogwheel Standing between an Olive Branch to the left side and an oak Branch to the right Side.

The Branches are in turn bound together by a Red Ribbon with the Word of REPVBBLICA ITALIANA. The Emblem is Used extensively by the Italian Government And found On The Front Page of Italian Passport.

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