Kingdom of Lodomeria

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Civic heraldry of the Austro-Hungarian Empire


Arms (crest) of Kingdom of Lodomeria
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The Kingdom of Lodomeria (Wlodzirmierz, the capital city with the same name now is part of Ukraine) never really existed. The territory Wlodirmircz became part of Poland in 1340. The territory was claimed by the Hungarian Kings, who created the symbolic title. The arms were added to the Hungarian arms in 1252 by King Bela. After the Polish division in 1772 the area became part of Austria-Hungary. The meaning or origin of the arms is not known.

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