Coat of arms of the Republic of Bashkortostan
|Coat of arms of Bashkortostan|
|Armiger||Republic of Bashkortostan|
|Adopted||25 February 1992|
|Use||On treaties, commissions, and more|
It features the monument to Salavat Yulaev in Ufa against the rising of the sun and its rays, inscribed in the circle framed with the national ornament. Below shows the inflorescence of the Bashkor rose (Pleurospermum uralense), painted in the colors of the national flag of Bashkortostan, with an inscription of the name "Bashkortostan" (Bashkir: Башҡортостан) on white.
- "Bashkortostan (Russia)". CRW Flags. Retrieved 6 April 2015.
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