Grémecey

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GRÉMECEY

Département : Moselle

Blason de Grémecey

Official blazon

De sinople au coq d'argent, crêté de gueules, posé sur une terrasse d'argent maçonnée de sable et surmonté de deux cailloux d'or.

Origin/meaning

The rooster is the symbol of St. Vitus, the local patron saint. The two rocks are taken from the arms of the Cathedral Chapter of Metz, to whom the village historically belonged. The wall refers to the Roman ruins in the area and the green to the local forests.


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