Tagolsheim

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Blason de Tagolsheim/Arms (crest) of Tagolsheim
TAGOLSHEIM

Country : France
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Département : Haut-Rhin
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Official blazon
French Taillé: au 1er d'azur au croissant d'argent contourné, au 2e d'argent au rameau de buis de sinople.
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Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted in 1974.

The crescent appeared on ancient borderstones, the oldest dating from 1625. The lower half shows a type of tree, Buchs in German (boxwood), and symbolises the Buchsberg mountain in the municipality, which was first mentioned in 1345. The inhabitants of Tagolsheim are also nicknamed Buchskopfe (or Buchs-heads).

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