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Image:Religious syms.png bitmap traced (and hand edited) with Inkscape.


User:Stalik and User:Manop

Date 14:57, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
Author User:Rursus

PD-self based on raster PD-ineligible image

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Religious symbols from the top nine organised faiths of the world according to From left to right:

  • 1st Row: *2nd Row: *3rd Row:

For past similar efforts, see Image:Religious_symbols.svg and Image:Symbols of Religions.JPG

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