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Deutsch: Wappen Schottlands.
Ελληνικά: Το Βασιλικό Εθνόσημο της Σκωτίας.
English: Royal coat of arms of Scotland.
Español: Escudo de armas de Escocia.
Français : Armoiries de l'Écosse.
Date 3 October 2007
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