Coat of arms of Croats of Serbia

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Coat of arms of Croats of Serbia
Grb Hrvata u Srbiji
Croatia, Historic Coat of Arms, first red square.svg
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Adopted 11 June 2005
Use Croat minority in Serbia

The coat of arms of Croats of Serbia (Croatian: Grb Hrvata u Srbiji) is one of the symbols of the Croatian minority in Serbia.

Design[edit]

The coat of arms of Croats of Serbia is actually the historical coat of arms of Croatia. It is a checkerboard (Croatian: Šahovnica) that consists of 13 red and 12 white fields. The difference between this coat of arms and the coat of arms of Croatia is in the crown on top, which this coat of arms does not have, but the coat of arms of Croatia has.[1]

It is situated on the center of flag of Croats of Serbia.

Adoption[edit]

Flag and coat of arms of Croats of Serbia were adopted on 11 June 2005 in a session of the Croat National Council, in Subotica.[1]

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