- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: The coat of arms of Fiji was
granted on July 4, 1908, and is composed of two Fijian warriors
supporting a shield divided into four quarters. Three of the shield's
four quarters contain crops (sugarcane, coconut palm, bananas) while the
remaining quarter shows a dove (representing peace).
A wreath of Argent and Gules and a canoe make up the crest of the arms, and the national motto is displayed on a ribbon below.
- Flag of Fiji
- Flower: Tagimaucia
- Motto: "Rerevaka na kalou ka doka na Tui" (Fear God and honour the Queen)
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