The Russia coat of arms is a two headed yellow eagle on a red shield. The design dates back from 1462 during the time of Ivan III. The eagle dates back to Peter I. The arms were reinstated after the fall of the Soviet Union.
The Russia Coat of Arms was adopted on November 30, 1993. It features St. George riding on a horse slaying a dragon. Three crowns were added to the top of the design in 1625.
The eagle holds an orb and scepter. The crowns on the Russia coat of arms may represent the three conquered kingdoms of Siberia, Kazan, and Astrakhan. They now stand for sovereignty and unity.
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