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CASTELLAR DEL VALLÈS

Region : Catalonia
Province : Barcelona

Escudo de Castellar del Vallès
Official blazon
Catalan Escut caironat truncat i semipartit: 1r. de gules, un castell obert d'or; al 2n. d'or, 4 pals de gules; 3r. quarterat: 1 i 4 d'argent, una creu plena de gules, 2 i 3 d'or, 4 pals de gules. Per timbre una corona mural de poble (corona actualitzada a corona mural de vila per nombre d'habitants).
English del Vallès No blazon/translation known. Please click here to send your (heraldic !) blazon or translation

Origin/meaning

The arms were granted on January 14, 1985.

The arms combine in the upper half the canting castle of Castellar, also named Castell de Clasquerí, and in the lower half the arms of the County (left) and city (right) of Barcelona, because the village was historically considered a "carrer de Barcelona" (see also, e.g.,Ametlla del Vallès and Caldes de Montbui).

Escudo de Castellar del Vallès

The arms on an heraldic cover (1990s)



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