Villalba de Duero

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VILLALBA DE DUERO

Region : Castilla y León
Province : Burgos

Arms (crest) of Villalba de Duero

Official blazon

Escudo partido y medio cortado. Primero, en campo de azur, castillo de oro, donjonado de tres donjones, mazonado de sable; a cada flanco, león de oro, empinado, linguado y apoyado en el castillo; al jefe, estrella de oro de ocho puntas. Segundo, en oro, racimo de sable y espigas de sinople. Tercero, en gules, silueta en plata del santuario de la Virgen del Prado. Entado en planta con dos ondas de azur. Al timbre corona real.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on August 6, 1999.

I have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms. Any information is welcome !


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