Fljótsdalshérað

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Arms (crest) of Fljótsdalshérað
FLJÓTSDALSHÉRAÐ

Country : Iceland
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Additions:

  • 2004 Austur-Hérað
    • 1998 Egilsstaðabær
    • 1998 Eiðahreppur
    • 1998 Hjaltastaðarhreppur
    • 1998 Skriðdalshreppur
    • 1998 Vallahreppsur
  • 2004 Fellahreppur
  • 2004 Norður-Hérað
    • 1997 Jökuldalshreppur
    • 1997 Hlíðarhreppur
    • 1997 Tunguhreppur

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Origin/meaning

The arms were officially registered on May 15, 2005.

The lower half symbolizes the Lagarfljót lake around which the municipality is situated. The largest herd of reindeer in the country also lives in the municipality, which is symbolized by the antler. The green field symbolizes the largest Icelandic forest and the green fields in the area.

Literature : Image obtained from the Icelandic Patent Office, which registers the civic arms in the country.


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