Q. 34.3( 47 Votes )
Heroism and Justice best signifies this image of ‘Germania’.
In 1848, an artist by the name Philip Velt had painted the painting of Germania on a cotton banner. It was meant to hang from the ceiling of the church of Saint Paul where the Frankfurt Parliament was convened on March 1848. Later it became the allegory of the German Nation. Germania wears a crown of oak leaves as the German oak stand for heroism.
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