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Croatian Coat Of Arms Confusion To End With New Law


After 22 years Croatia will finally get a prescribed set of graphic standards of how its coat of arms, or grb, should officially look like. Since 1991 there have been different variations on details of the coat of arms, such as the colour of hooves and horns on a goat inside one of the shields, but now there will be no more confusion.

Over the years red and yellow horns and hooves have been portrayed on the coat of arms, but a new law is set to be introduced by the government, detailing the design and colour code of the official coat of arms of Croatia, meaning that after 22 years Croatia will finally have a prescribed standard for its famous coat of arms.

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