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Département : Hautes-Pyrénées

Blason de Uglas
Official blazon
French D'argent au mont de sinople sommé d'une tour d'une tour crénelée de cinq pièces de gueules, maçonnée et ouverte de sable; au chef de gueules chargé de trois cloches d'argent.
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The arms were officially adopted on October 8, 2003.

The tower on a hill refers to the former fortified hill and castle in the village, now in ruins. The bells refer to a local legend that on certain times of the year unknown bells could be heard in the village.

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