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The arms show in gold a black lion, which is probably derived from the arms of the Diocese and State of Salzburg. Brestanica, and the local castle Rajhenburg) were a possession of the Archbishops of Salzburg from 1043-1490.  
 
The arms show in gold a black lion, which is probably derived from the arms of the Diocese and State of Salzburg. Brestanica, and the local castle Rajhenburg) were a possession of the Archbishops of Salzburg from 1043-1490.  
  

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BRESTANICA

Incorporated into : 19?? : Krško

Arms of Brestanica

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Origin/meaning

The arms show in gold a black lion, which is probably derived from the arms of the Diocese and State of Salzburg. Brestanica, and the local castle Rajhenburg) were a possession of the Archbishops of Salzburg from 1043-1490.


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Literature : Kobel und Pirchegger, 1954; Widimsky, 1864