Lachau

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LACHAU

Département : Drôme

Blason de Lachau

Official blason

  • (fr) D'azur à la tour du lieu [Tour du Riable] crénelée de cinq pièces d'argent, maçonnée, ajourée et ouverte de sable sur un rocher d'argent mouvant de la pointe; au chef d'or chargé de deux lions adossés de gueules.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on March 8, 2013.

The tower is taken from the arms of the la Tour Gouvernet family, last lords of the village until 1789. The chief is based on the arms of Raimbaud de Calma, first known lord of Lachau in 1209.

The tower also refers to the Tour du Riable tower in the municipality.


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