Alaincourt (Haute-Saône)

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ALAINCOURT

Département : Haute-Saône

Armoiries de Alaincourt (Haute-Saône)

Official blazon

D'azur à trois lis de jardin tigés d'argent aux pistils d'or mouvant d'un cœur du même; chapé-ployé d'argent à deux cors de chasse de gueules affrontés par les pavillons, enguichés, virolés, embouchés et pavillonnés de sable.

Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted on December 14, 2011.

The point refers to the local church, devoted to St. Mary, which is symnolised by the heart and the three lillies. The three lillies also refer to the three fountains in the village. The two hunting horns refer to the former hunting in the local forests, which was a popular hunting area of the Princes of Württemberg, who owned the region in the 18th century.


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