La Méaugon

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LA MÉAUGON

Département : Côtes-d'Armor

Blason de La Méaugon

Official blason

  • (fr) D'azur au viaduc d'une arche et deux demies d'argent délimitant un chef d'or chargé d'un coeur de gueules à dextre et d'une branche de houx de sinople fruitée de gueules à senestre, à la champagne d'or ployée et haussée à senestre; le tout flanqué en pal à dextre de gueules chargé de trois macles d'or.

Origin/meaning

The arms show the local viaduct, constructed between 1860 and 1862. The mascles are taken from the arms of the Dukes of Rohan, to whom the village belonged until the late 18th century. The heart and holly branch refer to the former Vau Briend estate in the municipality.


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

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