Fresnes (Loir-et-Cher)

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FRESNES (LOIR-ET-CHER)

Département : Loir-et-Cher

Blason de Fresnes (Loir-et-Cher)/Arms (crest) of Fresnes (Loir-et-Cher)
Official blazon
French Écartelé: au 1er d'argent à la feuille de frêne de sinople posée en bande, au 2e d'or à deux fasces ondées d'azur, au 3e de gueules au château de deux tours couvertes et pavillonnées d'or, ouvert et ajouré de sable et surmonté d'une grappe de raisin d'or, au 4e d'argent au castor de sable.
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Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on December 22, 2020.

The first quarter is a canting element (frêne=fresne=ash). The beaver and the blue wavy bars refer to the Bièvre (meaning beaver) rivers (old and new Bièvre) in the municipality.

The third quarter refers to the Roujoux castle in the municipality and the grapes to the (former) importance of viticulture.

Literature: Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr


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