Qatar Coat of Arms
Many Arab countries do firstindependent steps in the political arena of the world. Among the main events - the introduction of the official symbols of the state coat of arms and the national flag. Coat of arms of Qatar, in this respect, is very different from most of the traditional emblems of nations of the world.
Rather, it resembles the official seal,since there are no traditional elements, such as shield and chargers, helmets and torse. In this way the authors sought to emphasize the independence of the state of Europe, demonstrate the desire to go their own way.
Description of the coat of arms of Qatar
The main official symbol of the state of the Middle East has a circular shape. In the center are elements that reflect the history of the country:
- intersecting traditional Arab swords, sabers;
- sea waves;
- dhow boat;
- palm trees - a reflection of the local nature.
The elements are arranged on a gold background, contourEmblem wide, resembles a torus, a geometric shape in the form of donut. It is painted in the national colors of Qatar flag, with a label - the name of the country (in two languages).
Important characters Qatar Coat of Arms
The first emblem of the State appeared in 1966year. It was similar to the modern coat of arms, but had some differences. Among the repeating units - crisscrossing swords, sabers. Instead of palm trees have been previously painted with palm branches instead of the waves and dhows present pearl shell.
Some important characters have been replaced by others. Regarding conventional weapons Arab men is clear. Without such weapons, he just could not leave the house, if he wanted to stay alive. Now the weapons as part of the national costume Qatari men, used in exceptional cases, for example, during the celebrations for the wedding, when meeting important guests, and national holidays.
For Arab countries access to the sea (oceans)It is very important for the development of economic and trade relations with other countries. That is why the shell with pearls, symbolizing the traditional Qatari handicrafts, has been replaced by the dhow boat and marine (ocean) waves.
Lightweight durable vessels had different names -Bagan, Sambuc, Battelle and the Dow or Dow is a common name. Manufacturing techniques are rooted in deep antiquity, the main material - Teak wood is very light and durable. Therefore, on the one hand, these vessels are easily maintained storms and sea storm, on the other hand, are very easy to maneuver and moved away from the opponent.