BLAZONRY OF THE ALTAI REPUBLIC|
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The Blazonry of Altai Republic is a symbol of the state sovereignty, expresses historical traditions, features of territories and living peoples.
The Blazonry of Altai Republic represents a light-blue circle bordered with a narrow stripe of the golden color. It is a symbol of Altai's everlasting sky.
Against a light-blue background are represented:
-A three-headed top of one of the highest mountains of Central Asia, in the top of the light blue circle, which symbolizes the beauty, and power of the motherland.
-A griffin, in the center, with a head and wings of the bird, and the body of the lion, which symbolizes a saint sunny bird, guarding the peace, calmness, happiness, and wealth of the motherland.
-An ornamental image, at the bottom of the circle, of the two largest Altai rivers: Katun and Biya with their inflows.
- A tripod between them -a hearth-a symbol of a native Land, fortress and eternity of a native house.
Wavy lines under the tripod-a hearth - a symbol of Teletskoe Lake (The Golden Lake).
The blazonry of Altai Republic in color looks as follows:
-A light blue circle;
-A three-headed top of Beluha is of the white color;
-A griffin is of the white color with golden wings and stains of the same color on a trunk.
The breast, claws and stain on legs and the tip of the tail are of the red - lilac color. The beak, bases and ends of wings, stain on the neck are of the black color;
-A tripod-a hearth and a narrow stripe, bordering a circle, are of the golden color.
-An ornamental image of the rivers and Teletskoe Lake is of the turquoise - emerald color.