Coat of arms of the Czech Republic

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Greater coat of arms
of the Czech Republic
Coat of arms of the Czech Republic.svg
Versions
Greater coat of arms of the Czech Republic (Presidential version).svg
Presidential version with the motto used on Czech Presidential Standard
Details
ArmigerCzech Republic
Adopted17 December 1992
MottoPRAVDA VÍTĚZÍ
"TRUTH PREVAILS"
Lesser coat of arms
of the Czech Republic
Small coat of arms of the Czech Republic.svg
Details
ArmigerCzech Republic
Adopted17 December 1992

The coat of arms of the Czech Republic (Czech: Státní znak České republiky) shows the three historic regions of the Czech lands (Bohemia Moravia and Czech Silesia). The country started using this coat of arms in 1992. Czech heraldist, Jiří Louda, designed it.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Velinger, Jan (2015-09-02). "Heraldist, WWII vet, Jiří Louda dies at 94". Radio Prague. Retrieved 2015-09-28.