What is Africa’s emblem?

The AU Emblem is the primary symbol of the African Union that is used on all official communication, seals and documentation of the AU. Each element of the Emblem has a significance for Africa’s past, present and future.

Which is the national emblem of Africa?

Below the bird is the protea, an indigenous flower of South Africa, which represents beauty, the aesthetic harmony of all its cultures, and South Africa flowering as a nation. The ears of wheat are emblems of the fertility of the land, while the tusks of the Africa elephant symbolise wisdom, steadfastness and strength.

What are the AU symbols?

Atomic Names and Symbols

Atomic Number Symbol Name
79 Au Gold
72 Hf Hafnium
108 Hs Hassium
2 He Helium

What are the 5 National symbols?

The National symbols entail the National anthem, the National flag, the National Coat of Arms, the National animal which is the Springbok, the National bird which is the Blue Crane, the National fish which is the Galjeon, the National flower which is the King Protea and the National tree which is the Real Yellowwood.

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