Coat o airms o Mongolie
The state emblem o Mongolie (Mongolian:Монгол улсын төрийн сүлд}}, Mongol ulsyn töriin süld) is uised bi the government o Mongolie as its seembol o state. It is offeecially uised for example on documents such as Mongolian passports, an government an embassy placards.
The outer rim features a tumen nasan, seembolizin eternity, surroondin a circular blue field, seembolizin the sky. On the centre o the field is a combination o the Soyombo seembol an the wind horse (treasured steed), seembolizin Mongolie's independence, sovereignty, an spirit. Abuin the field is a Cintamani, representin the Buddhist Three Jewels, which in Mongolian folklore grants wishes. Below the central emblem is a green mountain range, wi the Wheel o Dharma at the center. On the bottom o the mountain range an wheel is a khadag, a ceremonial scarf.
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