Coat o airms o Cuba
The Cuban Coat o Arms is the offeecial heraldic seembol o Cuba. It consists o a shield, in front o a Fasces crouned bi the Phrygian Cap, aw supported bi an oak branch on ane side an a laurel wreath on the ither. The coat o airms wis creatit bi Miguel Teurbe Tolón an wis adoptit on Aprile 24, 1906.
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The shield is dividit intae three pairts:
In the chief, a key chairgin a blue sea atween twa rocks, seembolizing Cuba’s geographical position atween Florida an the Yucatán Peninsula. A bricht risin sun in the backgrund seembolizes the risin o the new republic.
The shield is supportit bi an oak branch on ane side an a laurel wreath on the ither. The oak branch seembolizes the strength o the naition; an the laurel wreath: honor an glory. These seembols wur meant tae represent the richts o man: Equality, Liberty and Fraternity.
A Phrygian Cap (Gorro Frigio) or liberty cap is locatit at the top, as a croun seembolizin liberty, wi a sole starn on it staundin for unthrildom.
Offeecial description 
"The National coat o airms represents oor island. It is shaped like a pointit leather shield, an dividit intae three sections. In its horizontal upper pairt, there is a golden key atween twa muntains, an a sun risin ower the sea - which seembolizes the position o Cuba in the Gulf, atween the twa Americas, amidst the emergence o a new state. The blue an white stripes, doun the left hand side, represent the situation o the island, in terms o its diveesion intae states, in the colonial period. Doun the richt hand side, a Cuban kintra scene is dominatit bi a ryal palm