Lugan (Aveyron)

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LUGAN

Département : Aveyron

Blason de Lugan
Official blazon
French

Parti: au 1er d'or au château de trois tours d'argent, ouvert et maçonné de sable, au 2e de gueules à la croix de Malte d'argent; à la gerbe de blé du même brochant sur la partition en pointe

Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted in January 2011.

The castle with three towers refers to the three former castles in the municipality. The cross refers to the Knights Templar, who ruled the area in medieval times. The garb refers to the agricultural character of the village.

The colours are those of the Occitanie region.

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


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