Łęka Opatowska

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ŁĘKA OPATOWSKA

Province: Wielkopolska
County: Kępno

Arms of Łęka Opatowska
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Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on September 27, 1995.

The arms show Saint Vincent - the patron saint of the monastery of Wroclaw, to which to the village Łęka Opatowska historically belonged . The blue base symbolizes the Pomianka, the river flowing through Łęka Opatowska.

The green tree symbolizes the character of the community, in which there are large experimental forest complexes from the University of Life Sciences in Poznań, as well as three nature reserves.

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