La Genevraye

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LA GENEVRAYE

Département : Seine-et-Marne

Blason de La Genevraye

Official blazon

Parti: au 1er mi-parti de gueules à l'aigle bicéphale d'argent, au 2e coupé au I d'argent à la croix latine alésée, potencée au pied fiché de gueules, au II d'azur à trois fasces ondées d'argent.

Origin/meaning

The eagle is the Polish eagle and represents the Polish general Kosciuszko, who lived in the Berville castle from 1807-1814.

The cross refers to the former possessions of the Knights Templar in the municipality and the waves represent the rivers Loing, Lunian and the local canal.


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


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