Berlancourt (Aisne)

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Département : Aisne

Blason de Berlancourt (Aisne)/Arms (crest) of Berlancourt (Aisne)
Official blazon
French De gueules à l'épée basse d'argent accostée de deux fleurs de lis d'or; au chef échiqueté d'argent et d'azur de trois tires.
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The arms were officially adopted on October 16, 2015.

The red filed and the chief are taken from the arms of the d'Ailly family, to which the village historically belonged. The two fleur-de-lys and the sword symbolise the Abbey of St. Martin of Tours in Laon, to which the village belonged in medieval times.

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