Čistá (Svitavy)

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ČISTÁ

Province: Pardubický Kraj
District (Okres) : Svitavy

Arms of Čistá (Svitavy)

Official blazon

V červeno - modře polceném štítě, nad stříbrnou patou s modrým břevnem, vpravo vyrůstající berla, vlevo lilie, obojí zlaté.

Origin/meaning

The arms were registered on May 27, 2008.

The bishop's mitre is an attribute of St. Nicholas, the patron of the local church. The golden lily is a reference to the historical owners of a part of the town, the Premonstratensians, as is the case with the arms of Litomyšl. The blue bar in a silver base represents the river Loučná which runs through the municipality.

Arms of Čistá (Svitavy)

Emblazonment by Lubomír Zeman


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Literature : Image obtained from Image obtained from here.
Meaning and alternate emblazonment from the website of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic


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