Symbols of Europe  

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A number of symbols of Europe have emerged since antiquity. In present day, each of these may either apply to the continent as a whole, European unity or specifically to the European Union (EU). Several symbols were introduced in the 1950s and 1960s by the Council of Europe (CoE). In addition to those of Pan-European identity, the EU has created additional symbols for itself through its integration.

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