Tūjué (突厥 / تُركِئ) was the Chinese name for the Göktürk, a large federation of nomadic tribes that dominated the northern steppes between the 6th and 8th centuries. The name comes from the Turkish words “Türk” or “Türküt”.


The Tujue logo consists of various figures and symbols, each with a reference:

The core of our logo consists of a crescent moon and an eight-pointed star.

The center has a bust of a gray wolf surrounded by mountains. The mountains symbolize the Altai Mountains. The Altai Mountains are believed to be the origin of Turkish peoples. The wolf plays an important role in the genesis

The logo contains several stars, which symbolize the different Turkish groups.

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