The Venezuelan coat of arms features and olive and palm branch that flank a central shield. Two cornucopias, symbols of wealth, are located on top of the shield.
The shield on the Venezuela coat of arms depicts wheat in the upper left corner, which is symbolic of the 20 states that made up the country. On the other side, weapons tied with laurel are drawn to show triumph. The bottom depicts a white horse running, which is a symbol of freedom. This horse on the Venezuela coat of arms may be Simon Bolivarís horse, which was named Palomo.
The Venezuela coat of arms was adopted in 1836, but has undergone changes since then.
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