Sun of the Alps
The Sun of the Alps (Italian Sole delle Alpi) is a round ornament consisting of six petals surrounded by a ring touching the outer tips of the petals which usually has a thickness similar to the width of the petals. Since the 1990s, a green colored version is used as a political symbol by separatists in the northern part of Italy (see Padanian nationalism), who made this name popular as this region is located south of the Alps.
- "Il significato del simbolo del Sole delle Alpi" (in Italian). Lega Nord. Retrieved 2014-01-12.
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