Trieste

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TRIESTE

Region: Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Province : Trieste

Stemma di Trieste/Arms (crest) of Trieste
Official blazon
Italian Di rosso all'alabarda di S. Sergio, d'argento.
English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on July 3, 1930.

Trieste was founded in the 2nd century BC as Tergeste. It belonged to Austria from 1381-1797 and 1814-1919. The arms bear the spear of St. Sergius, the patron saint of the city.

Until 1919 the arms showed the spear on the Austrian arms (in red a silver bar), with a chief with the imperial eagle. These arms were granted in 1467 and were abolished after Trieste became Italian in 1919.

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Literature: Image from http://www.araldicacivica.it


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