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Coat of arms of Bahrain.

Date 7 February 15
Source symbol created in the 1930s by the British advisor to the King of Bahrain (then emir) -- updated, with five white "valleys" representing the five pilars of Islam.
Author Tonyjeff, based on national symbol.
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01:45, 4 February 2008 User:ChristianBier
20:16, 4 November 2007 User:Ramiy
00:43, 31 July 2007 User:Tonyjeff
20:35, 15 February 2007 User:Tonyjeff
20:26, 15 February 2007 User:Tonyjeff ({{Information |Description=Coat of arms of Bahrain. |Source=symbol created in the 1930s by the British advisor to the King of Bahrain (then emir). |Date=15/02/07 |Author=myself, based on national symbol. |Permission=public |other_versions= }} {{PD-self}})
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