National symbols of Peru
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National symbols of Peru are the symbols that are used in Peru to represent what is unique about the nation, reflecting different aspects of the cultural life and history. The national symbols of Peru are established by law and part of the Political Constitution of Peru (Article 49).
The official symbols of Peru are established by law and part of the Political Constitution of Peru (Article 49).
|Flag||Flag of Peru||February 25, 1825|
|National anthem||National Anthem of Peru||
|September 19, 1821|
|Coat of arms||Coat of arms of Peru||march 18,2016|
|National flower||Cantulope (kantuta or guano)
|Unofficial national flower emblems|
|Unofficial national animal emblems|
|Unofficial national bird emblems|
||Unofficial national symbol|
|Cockade||Cockade of Peru
|Unofficial national symbol|
Icons of Peruvian culture.
|Machu Picchu||Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.|
|Inca Kola||Sweet yellow soft drink.|