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The arms are divided by the cross of Christianity, and show in the first quarter the image of Our Lady of Mount Serrat, in the second a Taíno indian, symbolising the original population and the local caves, in the third a symbol for the rich agriculture and in the fourth symbols for music and local folklore. The round escutcheon shows the local spring that gave the town its name.
Literature : ? information and copies received from Juan Morales, Florida, USA.
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