Czerwieńsk

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CZERWIEŃSK

Province: Lubusz
County: Zielona Góra

Arms (crest) of Czerwieńsk

Official blazon

Origin/meaning

The arms of the city were created in 1896 and show a red castle and a small divided shield with a lion and bars. The red castle is canting (the German name, Rothenburg an der Oder, means red castle on the Oder), the small shield is taken from the medieval Lords of Rothenburg, who owned the Nettkow estate. The village Neu-Nettkow was renamed Rothenburg in 1908 when it received city rights.

Arms (crest) of Czerwieńsk

The arms in the Kaffee Hag albums +/- 1925
Arms (crest) of Czerwieńsk

The arms in 1964
Arms (crest) of Czerwieńsk

The arms in 1994

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Literature : Plenako and Wanag, 1994