Last modified: 2007-12-22 by phil nelson
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image by eljko Heimer, 6 November 2007
The coat of arms of Stjørdal is shown on the International Civic Heraldry site where it is noted:
The arms were granted on November 25, 1983. The arms show a dragon, symbol of St. Margareth. The dragon is derived from the old medieval seal of the area, dating from 1344, which showed St. Margareth standing on a slain dragon.
The flag is, as a rule, granted together with the coat of arms, and it is usually (but not always) square form of the banner of arms.
The drawing prepared by resizing and "rectangulazing" of the COA from
Ralf Hartemink's site quoted above.
eljko Heimer, 6 November 2007