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Stemma di Viareggio/Arms (crest) of Viareggio

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Italian Scudo intarsiato con fascia di verde, bianco e rosso in cui campeggia un’ancora con la gomena attorgigliata.
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The arms of the city of Viareggio are probably the first that had the "tricolore", i.e. the three colours of the Italian flag: green, white and red. In 1848 grand duke of Tuscany Leopoldo II decided to adopt the "tricolore" for the flag of the Tuscan troops that were fighting in Lombardia for the Italian independence. Consequently Viareggio adopted a coat of arms with the same colours of the Italian flag. The anchor represents the seafaring life of many citizens of Viareggio.

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