Organisers of the 2019 European Games in Belarus' capital Minsk have unveiled the logo for the second edition of the event.
The motto for the event will be "Bright You", while the emblem has been inspired by the tagline "follow your dream".
It incorporates the fern flower, which has a magical and mythical meaning in Belarus.
According to legend, the person who finds the flower that blooms on midsummer night will have all their wishes and dreams come true.
It comes as organisers also announced the start of an open competition to find the mascot for the 2019 European Games.
BelTA has claimed the contest will be open to everyone, with applications set to close on November 15 of this year.
The mascot must support the "Bright You" slogan and conform to the Olympic values, it has been claimed.
Those who are shortlisted for the top three designs will be invited to Minsk 2019 and will also receive items of Belarus kit.
The mascots for the inaugural edition of the Games, held in Baku in 2015, were Jeyran and Nar - a gazelle and a boy with a pomegranate for a head respectively.
It was claimed when they were unveiled that they reflected both Azerbaijan's proud history and promising future.
The 2019 European Games are due to be held from June 20 to 30.
A total of 16 sports are set to feature at the Games, with 4,000 athletes expected to participate.
Minsk was confirmed as host of the Games in October of last year.
The European Olympic Committees had been searching for a host city since The Netherlands withdrew on the eve of Baku 2015, with Russia then dropping out of the running after the International Olympic Committee warned they would not support events there following allegations of state-sponsored doping.
The decision to host it in Minsk, though, was not unanimous with Denmark and Norway voting against it while five others, including Great Britain, abstained.