A Polish eagle tattoo is a tattoo of the national Polish coat of arms. The tattoo represents Poland's previous struggle for freedom and its modern state of independence. People get this tattoo to show their support of Poland.Continue Reading
The Polish coat of arms is a national symbol that is on the country's flag. It consists of a white eagle with a crown. In a legend, one of Poland's famous founders, Lech, discovered an eagle's nest and built a town on that spot. The Polish word for "nest" is "gniazdo," which is the origin of the name of the city that became one of Poland's oldest capitals, Gniezno. The eagle then became the state symbol.
Throughout the years the design of the eagle on the coat of arms has changed. During the years that Poland was under Communist rule, the crown was removed from the eagle's head. Once Poland became free, the crown returned to its rightful place.Learn more about Tattoos
Sleeve tattoos are large tattoos or collections of smaller tattoos that cover the entire arm. The tattoos that make up the sleeve generally have a unifying theme to make them look like a coherent piece of artwork. Half-sleeve tattoos are truncated sleeves that cover the arm from shoulder to elbow.Full Answer >
In the United States, certain states, such as Alabama, Colorado and Utah, allow 16-year-olds to obtain tattoos with parental consent. Twelve states, including Arizona and Kansas, require the parent or guardian to be present while the minor is receiving the tattoo.Full Answer >
While laws regarding tattooing of minors vary from state to state, most states require people to be 18 to get a tattoo. Most of those states allow tattooing of minors with the written permission or physical presence of a parent.Full Answer >
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