Coat of Arms of Romania

The eagle stands for Wallachia, the province that is central to Romania's history. The eagle is considered a symbol of Latinity as well as of courage, determination, power, and grandeur. On the bird's chest are traditional crests of Romania's major provinces (Wallachia, Moldavia, Transylvania, Banat, Oltenia and Crisana) as well as two dolphins symbolizing lands along the Black Sea. Top-left is Wallachia's eagle holding in its beak a golden Orthodox cross. Top-right is Moldavia, symbolized by an auroch head (bison family). Bottom-left, Banat and Oltenia are symbolized by Roman Emperor Trajan's bridge constructed over the Danube in 110 AD. Bottom-right is Transylvania (including Maramures and Crisana) with an eagle and seven crenellated towers of the Siebenbürgen German cities.

Image: The Story of My Life by Marie Queen of Romania
Text: Romania Redux - A View from Harvard by Dan Dimancescu

Wikipedia: Coat of Arms of Romania