Symbols

On this board we are showing some of the most interesting Hungarian and Russian symbols.
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This is a Turul bird, which is a really important symbol in Hungary. The bird symbolizes power, strength, and nobility and it still used today on the coat of the Hungarian Army.  The Turul bird became a symbol after appearing in the legends of Hungary. (Hungary has a really rich mythology.) The most famous one is about the dream of a woman, called Emese.

This is a Turul bird, which is a really important symbol in Hungary. The bird symbolizes power, strength, and nobility and it still used today on the coat of the Hungarian Army. The Turul bird became a symbol after appearing in the legends of Hungary. (Hungary has a really rich mythology.) The most famous one is about the dream of a woman, called Emese.

The Ribbon of Saint George constitutes one of the most recognized and respected symbols of military valour in Russia. It is widely associated with the commemoration of World War II and especially with the units who were awarded the collective Guard battle honours during the conflict, due to the usage of the ribbon in the Great Patriotic War victory medal awarded to all personnel, civilian or military, who aided the war effort.

Red Army Forest - near Abu Gosh/Jerusalem Mountains - 2 May 2014 - V Day Celebration .

The hammer and sickle is a communist symbol that was conceived during the Russian Revolution. At the time of creation, the hammer stood for industrial labourers and the sickle for the peasantry; combined they stood for the worker-peasant alliance for socialism and against reactionary movements and foreign intervention. After the Russian Civil War, the hammer and sickle became more widely used as symbolizing peaceful labour within the Soviet Union and international proletarian unity.

This image represents socialism because it is the shape known to symbolize and define socialism itself.

The Russian Bear is a widespread symbol for Russia, used in cartoons, articles and dramatic plays since as early as the 16th century.  Having the teddy bear "Misha" as the mascot of the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games and the Olympic games in Sochi was evidently intended to counter the "big and brutal Russian Bear" image with a cuddly and smiling bear cub.

The Moscow office of United Russia Party at a Saturday conference has proposed 1478 candidates for municipal elections in the capital, TASS reports.

Every child in Hungary has at least once drew a Holy Crown in primary school and showed it proudly at home.  This crown was the coronation crown used by the Kingdom of Hungary for most of its existence; kings have been crowned with it since the twelfth century. The Holy Crown is the symbol of an incredibly rich history, of which all Hungarians are very proud. It reminds people in Hungary never to give up hope.

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This is the Coat of Arms of Hungary.  On the top one can find the Holy Crown,and the shield below can be divided into 2 parts.  - The right is showing the double cross sitting in the crown of 3 mountains (representing the 3 mountain ranges) - The left is showing the so called Arpad stripes. Each silver line represents one of 4 rivers of Hungary.

This is the Coat of Arms of Hungary. On the top one can find the Holy Crown,and the shield below can be divided into 2 parts. - The right is showing the double cross sitting in the crown of 3 mountains (representing the 3 mountain ranges) - The left is showing the so called Arpad stripes. Each silver line represents one of 4 rivers of Hungary.

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