Last modified: 2011-01-22 by eugene ipavec
Keywords: andorra | parish | ordino | cow (red) | tree: pine (red) | church (red) | chevron (red) | chevron (yellow) | book | flower (white) | waterfall |
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image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 26 Jul 2009
N.B.: reconstructed image, no original seen
The shield is samnitic and arms could be blazoned, but it seems too hard for me. There is a yellow chevron over all, tip touching the top, dividing two upper triangular areas, showing each a light grey triangle on blue, again tip touching the top, and a lower red area, itself with a smaller triangle are at the bottom tip of the shield (a pile diminute?) On the chevron a red fir outline, at dexter a red church with blue windows and roof, and at sinister a red cow with blue collar; on the red area an open book, at dexter a 6-petal white flower, and at sinister a thingy; on the bottom blue triangle a waterfall. Shield with golden cartouche reading on its top panel above the shield "Comú d'Ordino," and flanked by two fronds of some plant, its stem bases crossing in saltire below the shield.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 26 Jul 2009