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Launching the slogan of the centenary of the Iraqi state

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Launching the slogan of the centenary of the Iraqi state Empty Launching the slogan of the centenary of the Iraqi state

Post by rocky Sun 05 Dec 2021, 6:02 am

[size=52]Launching the slogan of the centenary of the Iraqi state[/size]

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The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities launched the slogan of the centenary of the Iraqi state, coinciding with the central ceremony organized by the ministry on the tenth of this month.
The logo consists of three main parts representing: the Iraqi flag, the Sumerian star, and the palm tree. The logo was designed using the Sumerian letter as a pivotal element that embodies the civilization and authenticity of Iraq, and symbolizes the most important what this country has provided to humanity through its discovery of writing.
Above the logo is the Sumerian sign (Ishtar star), an eight-pointed star that indicates the sides of the universe and expresses inclusion, and was closely related to the beliefs of the Sumerians at the time, while the logo of the god Anu was rotated, “according to Sumerian beliefs,” to represent the Iraqi palm, which indicates elevation and loftiness. It reflects the fertility and renewal of the land of Mesopotamia.


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