Finland coat of arms

Coat of arms of Finland. The coat of arms of Finland is a crowned lion on a red field, the right foreleg replaced with an armoured hand brandishing a sword, trampling on a sabre with the hindpaws. The coat of arms was originally created around the year

Happy birthday, dear Suomi, 6.12. The Finnish flag has come a long way since the first Finnish proto-flag was introduced in 1848. This picture introduces nine selected flag designs from over the years but in reality there are many more proposals and unofficial flag designs out there that are not featured in this picture.

The Finnish flag has come a long way since the first Finnish proto-flag was introduced in This picture introduces nine selected flag designs from . The Finnish Flag

Region of Kymenlaakso, Finland, Capital: Kotka, Kouvola #Kymenlaakso #KotkaKouvola #Finland (L3254)

Region of Kymenlaakso, Finland, Capital: Kotka, Kouvola

Coats of Arms of  Kymi Province (1962-1997), Finland

Coats of Arms of Kymi Province Finland

Coat of arms of historical region Uusimaa

Coat of arms of historical region Uusimaa

Region of Åland, Finland, Capital: Mariehamn #Åland #Mariehamn #Finland (L3255)

This is the Aland Coat of Arms. Notice its resemblance to what is on the banner or coat of arms hanging from the staff and the Aland Group meeting.

Region of Central Finland, Finland, Capital: Jyväskylä #CentralFinland #Jyväskylä #Finland (L3247)

Coat of arms of Keski-Suomi region, Finland

Region of Southern Savonia, Finland, Capital: Mikkeli #SouthernSavonia #Mikkeli #Finland (L3242)

Region of Southern Savonia, Finland, Capital: Mikkeli

Coat of arms of region of Kymenlaakso

Region of Kymenlaakso, Finland, Capital: Kotka, Kouvola

Coat of arms of Southwest Finland

Region of Southwest Finland, Finland, Capital: Turku

Region of Satakunta, Finland, Capital: Pori #Satakunta #Pori #Finland (L3248)

Region of Satakunta, Finland, Capital: Pori

Coat of arms of Finland

Coat of arms of Finland. The coat of arms of Finland is a crowned lion on a red field, the right foreleg replaced with an armoured hand brandishing a sword, trampling on a sabre with the hindpaws. The coat of arms was originally created around the year

Coats of arms of historical province of Karelia, Finland

Region of North Karelia, Finland, Capital: Joensuu

Coats of arms of historical province of Ostrobothnia, Finland

Region of Northern Ostrobothnia, Finland, Capital: Oulu

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