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File:Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg

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Español: Escudo de Armas de Uruguay.
English: Coat of Arms of Uruguay.
Slovenščina: državni grb Urugvaja


Español: Archivo hecho y subido por Tatuote. Basado en Image:Uruguay coa.png
English: File made and upload by Tatoute. Based in Image:Uruguay coa.png
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I do this svg myself. I do not know if the fact that the image represent a coa limits my capacity to give it to public domain?

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