Uberach

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UBERACH

Département : Bas-Rhin
Incorporated into : 2016 Val de Moder

Blason de Uberach/Arms (crest) of Uberach
Official blazon
French

Parti: au 1er de sinople à la clef d'or, au 2e d'argent à trois lions de sable.

English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted in 1963 and show a key, symbol of St. Peter, patron saint of the local church in Pfaffenhoffen.

The three lions are the symbol of Picardie, as many of the inhabitants of the village descend from refugees from the Picardie that settled in Uberach after the 30-years war.

Blason de Uberach

The arms on a cover (2006)

Literature: Les armoiries des communes du Bas-Rhin. Tome VI : Communes du département (Saulxures à Zutzendorf). 1963


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