Ellon (Calvados)

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ELLON (CALVADOS)

Département : Calvados

Blason de Ellon (Calvados)/Arms (crest) of Ellon (Calvados)
Official blazon
French Coupé ondé: au 1er parti au I d'azur à deux léopards d'or, armés et lampassés d'azur, l'un au-dessus de l'autre, au II d'or à deux clefs de sable passées en sautoir, au 2e d'azur à l'avion de type "Mustang" d'argent volant en fasce.
English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on May 20, 2022.

In the upper half the lions of Normandie are combined with two keys, the symbol for St. Peter, the local patron saint. The lower half shows an American fighter plane, symbolising the role the area played in the D-Day landings.

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


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