Taulé

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TAULÉ

Département : Finistère

Blason de Taulé/Arms (crest) of Taulé
Official blazon
French De sable au chef-pal d'or accosté de deux mouchetures d'hermine du même, le pal chargé d'une moucheture d'hermine de sable et le chef d'un lion léopardé morné du même.
English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on October 27, 1989.

The T-shape in the shield symbolises the initial of the village and municipality. The lion in chief and the golden and black colours are taken from the old arms of the Pays de Léon region in which the village is situated. The lion is canting for Leon. The three ermine tails are a symbol for Bretagne (Brittany).


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