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Northern Mariana Islands Proposed Designs
Winning design chosen for the Northern Mariana Islands quarter
|The chosen design features a latte stone, a pre-historic pillar of the Chamorros, erected on an island surrounded with three coconut trees and wild plants.
Near the shore is a canoe representing the Carolinian people who are known for their exceptional navigational skills. Two native birds known as Chungi hover in the sky.
Underneath the latte stone is the mwar, symbolizing the unity between the CNMI’s Chamorros and Carolinians
Other finalist versions designed by The Mint for the Northern Mariana Islands quarter
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