The national significance of countries in the world

Like the national flag, the national anthem and the national flower are typical flowers, representing the cultural characteristics of the nation.

Like the national flag, the national anthem and the national flower are typical flowers, representing the cultural characteristics of the nation. In addition to the beauty, the chosen flower must also imply symbolic and spiritual significance to each nation. More specifically than ordinary flowers, in the national flower, people often find the specific culture and long history of a country with a complete territorial sphere. Referring to that flower, one can think of the good qualities of that person and nation.

Tulip - Dutch national flower

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Speaking of tulips, people think of the Netherlands as a cultural feature of this country.

Speaking of tulips, people think of the Netherlands as a cultural feature of this country. However, this is not an indigenous flower that originated from the Muslim countries of Turkestans, Persia. Around the middle of the 16th century, tulips were brought from Europe to Europe and were very popular in many countries, especially the Netherlands.

The Dutch tourism industry attracts many international visitors also thanks to the colorful parks, flower gardens of the Tulip species. In addition, up to now, tulips are still one of the main export items of the Netherlands with destinations in 125 countries around the world, bringing this country a lot of foreign currency.

IRIS - Symbol of the French royal family

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The national flower of France was chosen as Iris flower with the stylized flower image called 'fleur-de-lis'.

Iris is considered a messenger to bring good omen. The three petals of Iris represent loyalty, wisdom and courage. Iris is the symbol of the royal family and the divine protection, this attractive flower is admired by many people. The king of France used it as a royal symbol and called it Fleur-de-lis. Iris has been a symbol of France since the 13th century. The Royal French decorated flowers on robes, palace objects and on walls as a symbol of perfection, light and life. In addition to the beautiful beauty, Iris also has a very high value in extracting fragrances that make many superior fragrances of France.

Water lily - Bangladesh national flower

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White lily has been the national flower of Bangladesh since 1971.

In botany, water lilies are classified as Nymphaeales, originating from the word "numpho" to refer to the goddesses in Greek mythology, these are young, beautiful goddesses living in rivers, streams and ponds.

White Waterlily has been the National Flower of Bangladesh since 1971. In addition to the dominant white, Waterlily has many different colorful colors, adorning the beauty of the still lakes. The cold-tolerant guns only bloom during the day and the tropical guns can bloom both during the day or at night. Currently, water lilies exist with several hundred different varieties.

Roses - 'The perfect choice'

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With its attractive beauty, attractive shape and fragrance, rose is the most chosen symbol flower in Western countries.

If ever mentioned Bulgaria, people still say this is a country of roses, so one thing is sure that the rose is the national flower of this country. However, few know that the beauty and grace of the 'queen of flowers' has made the rose a symbol of about a dozen other countries, from powerful powers like the United States, Britain, to Islamic countries. in the Gulf region like Iraq. Countries that also choose roses as the national flower are Maldives, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Ecuador, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Morocco.

Peony - Chinese national identity

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This beautiful national flower has been favored over many dynasties, with the name 'Lord of all flowers'.

The form is a symbol of prosperity and prosperity. Since ancient times, this regal flower has only been owned by wealthy aristocrats in China. This beautiful national flower has been favored over many dynasties, with the name ' Lord of all flowers' . However, there has not been an official announcement from the Chinese State to recognize the peony as the National Flower because it is still considered among many other flowers.

Lan bell - "Happiness returns" Finland

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Linh Lan bell is considered the National Flower of Finland.

Linh Lan flower, also known as Lan Chuong, belongs to the herbaceous perennial, often grows in deep valleys, under the shade of oak trees or along the banks of cool streams. Each tree has only one pair of branches, each branch carrying elongated leaves with a bunch of blooming flowers.

Lily Flower also symbolizes the resurrection of God. Because according to legend, they sprouted from the tears of Our Lady at the foot of the Cross. Linh Lan is often planted by priests to decorate the altar and is also known as Ladder Of Heaven - the stairway leading to Heaven. Because these lovely little bell-shaped flowers grow steadily from the stem, like steps. Linh Lan has become the national flower of beautiful Finland.

Cherry blossoms - Embracing the spirit of Japanese people

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Cherry blossoms are a symbol of beauty, nobility, purity but also a little sadness because of the transience, the content of a 'flower life'.

Appear in many countries like China, South Korea and even the Americas but cherry blossoms seem to be associated with Japan. The characteristic of this flower is that it often falls when it is still fresh, so it is associated with the spirit of samurai, who knows how to die beautifully. Japanese people, especially Samurai fighters, especially love cherry blossoms because of its pure but fragile beauty. This tree grows popular all over the land of the rising sun. Although the life cycle of each petal is short, the white shape of the flower makes Japanese people think of the image of Samurai fighters who see a light death like a feather. With chivalry, life and death sometimes seem to them as soft as the petals of the cherry blossoms, falling down in the pristine.

Lotus - Meaning from the root

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Lotus is the national flower of two countries, India and Vietnam

India is a country with a long history and culture attached to the lotus image. Since ancient times, the lotus has been a sacred symbol of the Hindus, having played a very important role in their religious culture. The image of lotus is very much present in Indian legend, poetry, architecture and daily life. Due to the characteristic of this flower 'living close to the mud without stinking of the mud', it symbolizes the pure and pure beauty of the soul.

At the end of 2011, Vietnam also agreed to choose the pink lotus as the national flower after considering choosing and voting among the flowers such as apricot flowers, peach flowers, . Grows in many ponds and pink lotus ( Nelumbo nucifera) has a special place in the spirituality and culture of Vietnamese people. Reaching out from the mud to catch the light, the lotus symbolizes the nobility and indomitableness of people against any adversity. The image of a lotus plays an important role in Vietnamese architectural works, sculptures and literary works.

Pomegranate flower - Light up Spain

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On the national emblem of Spain is the fresh red pomegranate flower, the national flower of the land of gaur.

Pomegranate often blooms in the early summer, in green foliage fluttering flowers like pink fire spots signaling the arrival of summer.

Spanish people enjoy the beauty of pomegranate flower and only after about 3 months to taste the pomegranate medium sweet, cool and crunchy. For Spaniards, pomegranate flower is a symbol of wealth, auspicious and prosperous. In this country, whether urban or rural, lowland or reverse, in the garden or outside the park, people see pomegranate everywhere.

Sunflower - Russian soul, Russian personality

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Each sunflower itself is like a small sun shining brightly on the earth, symbolizing the generous and royal personality.

The people of the former Soviet Union chose sunflowers as their national flower for a simple reason, they and this flower both turned towards the sun, toward the source of light."Change of moving things" , the Soviet Union disintegrated, but Russia today still choose sunflower as its National Flower because no flower can fully describe the Russian character, the Russian soul like that flower.

Cacti, Mexican national flower

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Cactus is considered a "desert hero" flower, the national flower of Mexico country.

It is the cactus ranges spread throughout the country that have made a distinction for Mexico, with the people here cactus is a symbol of energy and tenacity, indomitable. Every year in the middle of August, Mexicans usually organize cactus flowers festival on the outskirts of Mexico City. Both local authorities and residents hung flower lanterns, organized various types of art exhibitions on the subject of cactus.

Royal swift flower - Thailand national flower

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Ratchaphruek flowers also symbolize the solidarity and harmony of the Thai people.

The national flower of Thailand is Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula), a yellow flower that blooms in brilliant clusters. Thai people consider the yellow of this flower as the color of Buddhism and glory. Ratchaphruek flowers also symbolize the solidarity and harmony of the Thai people. This flower is often grown along the sidewalk in Thailand.

Hibiscus - Malaysia

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This bright red pentagram is the representative flower of Malaysia.

The national flower of Malaysia is bunga raya (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis), a 5-petal flower with bright red color. The five petals of this flower represent the "Five National Principles" - Malaysia's national philosophy of strengthening national unity and reconciliation, while the red color symbolizes courage. This flower is grown throughout Malaysia.

Porcelain Flower (great flower) - Laos

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The national flower symbol of the country's million elephants is porcelain flower.

National flower, also the official symbol of Lao PDR is dok champa (Great Flower - Plumeria). For Lao people, dok champa represents sincerity and joy in life. This flower is often used to decorate ceremonies or make wreaths to welcome guests. Dok champa flowers are grown widely throughout Laos, especially near the monasteries.