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The arms were granted on October 5, 1988.
 
The arms were granted on October 5, 1988.
  

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STADTBREDIMUS

Armoiries de Stadtbredimus

Official blazon

Origin/meaning

The arms were granted on October 5, 1988.

The main division of the shield is taken from the arms of the Lords and Estate of Wiltz, gold with a chief of red. Stadtbredimus belonged to Wiltz from the beginning of the 16th century. The red chief also symbolises the Prüm abbey (now in Germany), which also used a red shield with a Paschal Lamb.

The grape vines in the upper part indicate the importance of viticulture in and near the town.<

The locks in the lower part symbolise the locks in the Moselle river near the town.


Literature : Loutsch, J-C. et al.; Armorial communal du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Fisch, Luxembourg, 1989, 331 p.