Last modified: 2012-04-13 by antónio martins
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On a blue field an orange tree in proper colours fruited charged with an
ancient quina and a silver winged
serpe red tongue, on the cantoons 2 black cog weels hawks (?) facing
each other. 3 silver towers mural crown, white
scroll with the lettering "JUNTA DE FREGUESIA DE ALGOZ".
Flag — yellow.
Sérgio Horta, 31 Dec 1999
This beast in portuguese heraldry is called a serpe, a winged snake
(or serpent). It is neither a (two legged) dragon nor a (four legged) wyvern,
but a legless beast whose english name I dont know. It shows also on the
municipal arms of Serpa (canting arms), in argent,
and on the crest of the portuguese royal arms,
in vert lagued gules.
António Martins, 01 Jan 2000
On a silver field a silver dove surronded by a red aura, a green branch
with to black carobs, purple grapes with green leaves and bellow 2 green waves.
3 silver towers mural crown, white scroll with
the lettering "PÊRA-SILVES". Flag - red.
Sérgio Horta, 02 Jan 2000
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