Mother Aloia is the primary female personification of Aloia and a patriotic symbol of the Aloian nation. She often appears in patriotic posters, statues, etc., as a nurturing and protective mother. The allegory is typically pictured in a flowing gown, with a spear and a shield emblazoned with the Aloian flag, and commonly with braided hair and a wreath, a symbol of the confederation of states.
The image of Mother Aloia contrasts with the other personification of Aloia, Victoriana, a mighty warrior. While Mother Aloia represents the commitment of the Aloian people to welcome and nurture the poor and needy, Victoriana represents the Aloian tradition of fighting to defend the values of equality and democracy.