Immortal Regiment

Immortal Regiment

The creation of the Serbian Immortal Regiment emblem is one of our CSR activities, it is a gift to our ancestors who have fought for our freedom through centuries.

The event The Immortal Regiment originally started in Russia and is held in many countries around the world, including Serbia.

Historical circumstances defined the delicacy of the symbolism of this emblem (the logo), so that the symbols from different epochs were crossed, and hopefully, the calm patriotic movements whose traditions of today’s generation are inherited.

The main motives on the “Serbian Immortal Regiment” emblem are:

  • The red shield with a cross (1) – the main fragment of the Serbian coat of arms (2), also present in military decorations such as the “Karađorđe’s Star” (3). It’s a historically Serbian as well as the Orthodox Christianity heritage, both basis of which the state of Serbia was founded.
  • Crossed lowered swords – symbolize the battles for the freedom of our ancestors.
  • Ribbon of St George has multilayered meaning – considering it’s drawn on the Natalie’s ramonda (4), symbol of victory, i.e. Armistice Day (5) in the First World War, as well as on a Star, the symbol of victory over fascism in World War II. Ribbon of St George in Serbia also symbolizes the unity with the Russian people, whose support in the two world wars had enormous contribution for the liberation of Serbia and Yugoslavia.


(1) In the New Testament symbolism, the cross represents the basic symbol of Christianity. Attributes salvation and victory over death and Satan, a symbol of eternal life.

(2) Serbia’s coats of arms through history

The Order of Karađorđe’s Starđorđeve_zvezde

(4) Ramonda nathaliae

Armistice Day (Serbia)
Serbia is an Allied force that suffered the biggest casualty rate in World War I. To commemorate their victims, people in Serbia wear Natalie’s ramonda as a symbol of remembrance

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