Les Trois-Domaines

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Blason de Les Trois-Domaines/Coat of arms (crest) of {{PAGENAME
Official blazon
French Coupé: au 1er de gueules à deux fasces d’argent à l'écu d'azur semé de croisettes recroisetées d'or et à deux bars adossés du même, brochant au centre, au 2e de sable à trois pals d'or.
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The arms were officially adopted in April 2014.

The upper half shows two silver bars symbolising the high-speed train line through the municipality. The small shield shows the arms of the County of Bar to which the area historically belonged, and also indicates the local station on the railway line. They are also taken from the medieval Lords of Issoncourt.

The three pales in the lower half symbolise the three villages in the municipality and thus are canting. The colours are taken from the arms of the Mouzin de Romécourt family, lords (and Barons) of Issoncourt in the municipality.

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

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