Triel-sur-Seine

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TRIEL-SUR-SEINE

Département : Yvelines

Blason de Triel-sur-Seine/Arms (crest) of Triel-sur-Seine
Official blazon
French D'azur au chevron d'or, accompagné de trois fleurs de lis du même et soutenu d'ondes d'argent mouvant de la pointe; au chef de gueules chargé d'une mitre d'argent, accostée de deux grappes de raisin tigées et feuillées d'or.
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Origin/meaning

The chevron symbolises the local Hautil mountain. The fleur-de-lys refer to the passage of King Louis XIV through the village. The wavy base symbolises the Seine river. The mitre refers to Saint Martin, Bishop of Tours and patron saint of the village. The grapes indicate the (former) importance of viticulture in the area.


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