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A national emblem is an emblem or seal reserved for use by a nation state or multi-national state as a symbol of that nation. Many nations have a seal or emblem in addition to a national flag and a national coat of arms. Other national symbols, such as national birds, trees, flowers, etc., are listed at lists of national symbols.
In the Americas
- Canada: Great Seal of Canada
- Guatemala: National Emblem of Guatemala
- United States: Great Seal of the United States
- Belarus: National emblem of Belarus
- France: National emblem of France
- Ireland: Coat of arms of Ireland
- Italy: Emblem of Italy
- Macedonia: National emblem of the Republic of Macedonia
- Serbia: Serbian shield (or "Serbian cross").
- Sweden: Three Crowns
- Turkey: National emblem of Turkey
- Yugoslavia: Emblem of Yugoslavia
- New Caledonia: Emblem of New Caledonia
- Papua New Guinea: Emblem of Papua New Guinea
- Tokelau: Symbol of Tokelau
- Ljubomir Reljić (1989). Legend of Kosovo in folk art and tradition. Etnografski muzej. p. 40.