Zizurkil

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ZIZURKIL / CIZÚRQUIL

Region : País Vasco
Province : Gipuzkoa (Guipúzcoa)

Escudo de Zizurkil/Arms (crest) of Zizurkil

Official blazon

  • (es) Escudo redondeado o de forma española. De plata, un monte de sinople cargado de roble amarillo con puente de tres ojos en brochante sobre el todo; campaña ondada de plata y azur.
  • (eu) Armarri biribildua edo espainiar formakoa. Zilarrezkoa, mendi berde bat, aurrealdean haritz hori bat duena, eta denen aurrean hiru begidun zubia; behealdean, zilar eta urdin koloreko uhinak.

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Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on November 10, 2014.

Unfortunately we have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms yet.

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The previous arms:

Escudo de Zizurkil/Arms (crest) of Zizurkil

These arms refer to the battle of Velate in 1512, where the Gipuzkoan troops, specifically inhabitants of Cizúrquil, snatched twelve pieces of artillery from the Navarrese.


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