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I grønt et gull bogtre.
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The arms were granted on February 8, 1991.
The arms were granted on February 8, 1991.



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ENGERDAL

Province : Innlandet (until 2020 Hedmark)

Arms (crest) of Engerdal
Official blazon
Norwegian

I grønt et gull bogtre.

English No blazon/translation known. Please click here to send your (heraldic !) blazon or translation

Origin/meaning

The arms were granted on February 8, 1991.

The arms show two pieces of the harness of a horse. The two objects symbolise the ties between horse and man and at the same time the connection between work and recreation.


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Literature : Norwegian Municipal Network and Nissen, 1993