Kuwait Coat of Arms
More recently, the main official emblemKuwait celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the date of introduction. Over the years the country has made significant progress in the economic and cultural development. The main character remains unchanged, since it is based on the ancient zodiac. And their value over time, does not lose relevance.
Access to the world's oceans
For Kuwait is very important access to the sea,part of the country is washed by the waters of the Persian Gulf. This means that there is an opportunity to establish commercial and passenger shipping, trade with other countries.
That is why the coat of arms and were seasymbols - the waves and the boat called a dhow, or dhow. It refers to the traditional Arab vessels, light but very strong, as is made of teak. Such ships plan were distributed not only in the Arab countries, but also in India and East Africa. This Middle Eastern neighbors Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, also placed a dhow on their coats of arms.
The original symbol
Kuwaiti Emblem composition is not entirelytraditional, even though it contains certain elements, quite often used in the world heraldry: golden eagle; sea waves and clouds; a boat; State flags; sign - the name of the country.
The coat of arms is a round shield, insidewhich is located stylized sea landscape. For the image of the sky and the sea with a mix of blue and white, which together look very harmoniously. Here, inside the shield, above, is placed the inscription on the white ribbon - the name of the state.
The original on the arms can be called the goldenfalcon. Traditionally, this bird of prey (hawk, eagle, golden eagle) is depicted standing on strong legs or flying, hovering. Kuwait Falcon as if holding a shield on his shoulders with wide wings. On his chest is placed another shield heraldic form, painted in national flag colors.
Known symbols of the colors of the flag of the Arabstate, it is not much different from European interpretations. The red stripe recalls the blood spilled in the battles for independence, black - on the battlefields. Green - a Kuwaiti pastures, in a broader sense it symbolizes hope, rebirth, flourishing.