- Bird: Hornero
- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: At the top of the Argentinian coat of arms is the golden Sun of May, signifying Argentina as a new and glorious nation rising to the surface of the earth. The cap at the top of the spike is the Phygian cap symbolizing liberty.
The two shaking hands symbolize the unity of the different provinces of Argentina. The blue and white behind the coat of arms symbolizes the Argentinian people and the beautiful land they inhabit. The spike under the cap represents the people's willingness to defend their land and protect their liberties.
- Flag of Argentina
- Dance: Tango
- Flower: Ceibo
- Motto: "En unión y libertad" "In Unity and Freedom"
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