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Krzyż - Darmowe ikony internetowe

Ta ikona Krzyż jest częścią pakietu ikon 62,200 internetowych. Ikony te są dostępne w PNG, SVG, CSS, PDF, EPS i innych formatach oraz jako czcionka, a także w innych formatach wektorowych. W przeciwieństwie do innych pakietów ikon, nasze ikony internetowe zostały zaprojektowane przez jednego projektanta, gwarantując spójny styl i jakość.
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This icon is a cross. There are two crosses in this icon, both are shaped like a lower case "t". The first is larger and the second is smaller, and it is placed inside the first cross.

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Podobnymi ikonami są ikony z pasującymi tagami, zarówno jak wszystkie culture ikony. Wszystkie ikony są w tym samym płaskim stylu. Ty możesz albo pobrać darmowe ikony w formacie PNG albo kupić wektory w formacie SVG

Wyobrażenie ikony Krzyż Stworzone przez: Zexis Stryfe

Otrzymaliśmy pomysł na July 28, 2012 i stworzyliśmy ikony na August 11, 2013

Religious icons: cross, star of david, yin yang, dharmacakra, star and crescent, pranava, ankh, torii, triskelion

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Story about Cross Icon


Cross is a geometrical figure of two intersecting lines. It is often associated with religious symbols for Christians. According to research, it first appeared as petroglyphs in European cult caves beginning in the Iron Age. There are also cross-like symbols used as emblems. These symbols are used by different religions such as Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism. Also, the cross is also used as a design element such as crossed swords, clover, and skull and crossbones.

In as much as you like our cross Icon, here are other variations you may also like:

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Because of it is generally known as a religious symbol, cross can be found in different religious places:

Cross is also used as an accessory in jewelry because of its sophisticated look:
  • Necklace
  • Bracelet
  • Ring


Cross also appears in different things:
  • When making a promise, kids would say, “Cross my fingers”
  • Used as a symbol for intrestion or even railroad crossing
  • Used in different flags such as Lithunia and Greece