Sławków

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SŁAWKÓW

Province: Śląsk
County: Będzin

Arms of Sławków
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Origin/meaning

The crowned white eagle and the red color of the shield are the symbols of the Polish Kingdom and refer to the fact that Slavkov was once a royal town. Monogram S is the initial name of the city. The crossed hammers refer to the local mining activities.

The previous arms shows St. Stanislaus, the local patron saint.

Arms of Sławków

The arms as shown in 1963

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