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File:Coat of arms of the Vatican City.svg

English: Coat of arms of the Vatican City.
Italiano: Stemma della Città del Vaticano.
Ελληνικά: Εθνόσημο της πόλης του Βατικανού.
Français : Les armoiries de la Cité du Vatican.
Español: Escudo de la Ciudad del Vaticano.
Македонски: Грб на Ватикан.
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Date 15 July 2007
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Author Cronholm144 created this image using a file by User:Hautala - File:Emblem of Vatican City State.svg, who had created his file using PD art from Open Clip Art Library and uploaded on 13 July 2006. User talk:F l a n k e r uploaded this version on 12 December, 2007. The original design is attributed to the Vatican City in Rome and an unknown artist.
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