Tincey-et-Pontrebeau

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Blason de Tincey-et-Pontrebeau/Arms (crest) of Tincey-et-Pontrebeau
TINCEY-ET-PONTREBEAU

Country : France
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Département : Haute-Saône
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Official blazon
French

Parti: d'azur et d'or à deux clefs aux anneaux ronds, renversées et adossées, accompagnées en pointe d'une roue de moulin à quatre rais en sautoir, mouvant d'une burelle ondée, le tout de l'un en l'autre.

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Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted on February 3, 2005.

The division represents the two villages that make up the town, each represented as a key. The wavy bar recalls the Gourgeonne that crosses both villages, with a mill wheel, as historically the mill was situated halfway between Tincey and Pontrebeau.

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


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