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En campo de azur (azul), Cristo en la cima del Calvario, en sus esmaltes, cargadas por una calavera y dos tibias en su color (blanco), y acolada, cinta de plata con la inscripción <br>
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"SOLIDEO GLORIA" en letras de sable (negro)
  
 
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The Arms alludes to the Banner Carried in the Battle of Lepanto by D. Juan de Austria.
 
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MECHANIZED INFANTRY BATTALION LEPANTO II-2, SPANISH ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the Mechanized Infantry Battalion Lepanto II-2, Spanish Army

Official blazon

En campo de azur (azul), Cristo en la cima del Calvario, en sus esmaltes, cargadas por una calavera y dos tibias en su color (blanco), y acolada, cinta de plata con la inscripción
"SOLIDEO GLORIA" en letras de sable (negro)

Origin/meaning

The Arms alludes to the Banner Carried in the Battle of Lepanto by D. Juan de Austria.

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