National symbols

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National symbols are patriotic symbols representing nations and countries. Sometimes, symbols are used for cultural or ethnic groups that do not have their own country yet.

National symbols try to unite people or send a message by representing the national people, values, goals, or history. People often honor their nation, country, or group by celebrating their national symbol.

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Common unofficial national symbols[change | edit source]

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National Symbols of France Flag (tricolore), motto, emblem (coat of arms), Seal of State, Cockerel, Marianne, and the French national anthem - the Marseillaise.