Le Coq wallon, adopté en 1913 par l'Assemblée wallonne pour le drapeau wallon

Le Coq wallon, adopté en 1913 par l'Assemblée wallonne pour le drapeau wallon

Wallonia, since 1913 27 September is the Day of the French Community of Belgium, which is distinct from the French-speaking Walloon Region. But both region and community use the red rooster of Wallonia as a national symbol. (designer: Pierre Paulus)

Wallonia, since 1913 27 September is the Day of the French Community of Belgium, which is distinct from the French-speaking Walloon Region. But both region and community use the red rooster of Wallonia as a national symbol. (designer: Pierre Paulus)

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