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His Majesty King Felipe VI

The vigour of our democracy involves each and every one of us, our will to participate in public affairs, our commitment to our work, and our endeavour to make our moral principles provide our society with firm and lasting cohesion.

Teatro Campoamor de Oviedo - Premios Príncipe de Asturias 2011, 21.10.2011
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Coat of arms of His Majesty the King

  


 

 

QUARTERED SHIELD:

Quarterly 1st, Gules a castle three-towered Or, masoned Sable ajoure Azure, which is for Castille;
2nd, Argent a lion rampant Purpure crowned Or, armed Gules and crowned Or, which is for Leon;
3rd, Or four pallets Gules, which is for Aragon;
4th, Gules a cross, saltire and orle of chains all linked Or, an emerald Proper, which is for Navarre; Argent enté en point, with a pomegranate Proper seeded Gules, supported, sculpted and leafed in two leaves Vert, which is for Granada. Inescutcheon Azure with three fleurs-de-lys Or, bordure Gules, which is Bourbon. The whole differenced by a label of three points Azure.
The shield, crested with a closed crown, which is a circle of gold, with an inset of precious stones in their colours, composed of eight rosettes of acanthus leaves, of which five are visible, interspersed with pearls in their own colour, issuing from which are eight pearl diadems, of which five are visible, which converge in a blue orb, with gold semi-meridian and equator, surmounted by a gold cross, the crown lined with red and surrounded by the collar of the Golden Fleece.
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