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Modern Russia (i.e. the Russian Federation) has many symbols. Some of these symbols remain from historical periods such as the Tsarist era or Soviet Union, while others have even older origins.

The Russian Federation has several official national symbols including a historical document, a flag, an emblem, a national anthem. The current design of the national flag is the same as the Russian Empire and was officially adopted again after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

Emblems and symbols

Symbol Name Image
Official name Russian Federation (and Russia)
National flag Flag of Russia
National emblem[1] Coat of arms of Russia
National anthem National anthem of Russia
National animal[citation needed] Eurasian brown bear
National dances Barynya, Kamarinskaya, Kozachok, Tropak, Khorovod
National flower Chamomile
National instruments Garmon, balalaika, gusli, spoons
National poet Alexander Pushkin
National tree Birch
framless
framless

Soviet era

References

  1. ^ "National symbols of the Russian Federation". www.gov.ru. Retrieved 2023-12-28.