Arms of Brazatortas, Spain

Brazatortas

Granted 1997

Blazon: Per bend argent charged with three sheaves of wheat conjoined in base vert, gules and the second, in chief a tree eradicated and in base a lamb passant of the first

The name of the town likely derives from two ancient words “bar-aza” or “river valley” and “tortus” or “crooked,” probably referring to the winding river valley.

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