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The word “Gallus” in Latin means both “Rooster” and “Gaulois” (Goian). In medieval France, Gallic roosters were widely used as a religious symbol, symbolizing faith and happiness. During the Renaissance, with the bright red crests and long, curved, dark blue tail, the majestic beauty of the rooster became a symbol for the French.

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During the French Revolution, the Rooster had a symbolic meaning for the national identity. Always present, but the animal has never been officially recognized as a national symbol.

However, in the French mind, the image of the rooster always has a special place. The image of the rooster remains intact on the iron gate of the Elysées, in the Lourve museum or the Palace of Versailles.

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