Coat of arms of Portugal
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|Coat of arms of the Portuguese Republic|
|Adopted||30 June 1911|
The coat of arms of Portugal is seen on the Portuguese flag, it contains a silver field with five shields in a blue cross each charged with five plates in saltire, all within a red bordure charged with seven golden triple-towered castles. After the shield, an armillary sphere between two golden olive branches embowed, bound together in base by a ribbon green and red.