Àmì ọ̀pá àṣẹ ilẹ̀ Mónakò

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Coat of arms of Monaco
Coat of Arms of Monaco.svg
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Coat of Arms of Monaco-bugler.svg
Version with buglers (commonly seen on vehicle registration plates)
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Escutcheon fusily (lozengy) argent and gules, surrounded by the collar of the Order of Saint-Charles
Supporters Two Friars Minor hairy, bearded and wearing shoes, each of them holding a raised sword, standing on a scroll charged with the motto
Motto Látìnì: Deo Juvante
Orders Order of St. Charles
Other elements A Coat of Arms is placed on a red coat lined with ermine, surmonted by the princely crown

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