Around the world, flowers are given and displayed as signs of affection, celebration and remembrance. Flowers signify life, love and peace. Their intricate designs and vibrant colors are universally beloved, as are their sweet and intoxicating scents. It’s no wonder, then, that a nation should choose a flower as one of the primary national symbols used to represent its people, its land and its culture. This infographic by Ava’s Flowers illustrates the national flowers of 38 European countries. From Ireland to Turkey and Portugal to Ukraine, each is represented along with a translation of the flower name from English to the language of its respective country.
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