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State emblem o Mongolie

The state emblem o Mongolie[1][2][3][4][5] (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.

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The state emblem wis adoptit on Mairch 25, 1992, follaein the fall o the Communist government. The details o it are laid oot in Chapter 1, Article 12(2) o the Constitution o Mongolie.[1][5]

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.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Chapter 1, Article 12(2)", Constitution of Mongolia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mongolia, archived frae the original on July 22, 2011, retrieved October 10, 2010 
  2. "Chapter 1, Article 12(2)", Constitution of Mongolia, Embassy of Mongolia in the United States of America, retrieved October 21, 2010 
  3. "Chapter 1, Article 12(2)", Constitution of Mongolia, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, retrieved October 21, 2010 
  4. "Chapter 1, Article 12(2)", The Constitution of Mongolia, New York University School of Law, retrieved October 21, 2010 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Chapter 1, Article 12(2)", Mongolia - Constitution, Universität Bern, retrieved October 10, 2010