The Crown is a symbol that was created by a company named Crown & Anchors in 1997 to commemorate the opening of the Canadian Embassy in Moscow.
The logo was created for the Russian embassy, but the company that created it says it has no connection to the Russian government.
The logo is a reference to the Canadian government’s official seal, a symbol known as the Crown.
In the early days of the Soviet Union, there were no official symbols of Russia and the Crown became a symbol of the Russian Federation.
A logo that is not part of official Russian government is a common symbol of international organizations and business, especially in the tech sector.
The Crown has a different meaning for Russia.
What is the Russian flag?
The Russian flag is a blue rectangle with two red triangles.
It has two red stars and a white star.
As of March 2018, the flag has six red stripes and two white stripes.
The white stripe is the white part of the flag.
It represents the country and the country is red.
How did the logo change?
Anchors is no longer in business and the logo is no more.
It was replaced by a new design.
The logo has changed so many times that it’s difficult to remember which one was created and which one is the Crown logo.
The company says that it has been redesigned, and the current design is the logo of the crown.