Arms of Brückl, Austria


Granted 1963

Blazon: Per fess I per pale i argent a triple mount in base vert, ii gules between two bendlets as many right arms clasping hands in bend argent; II argent two bars wavy azure surmounted by a four-spoked cogwheel sable

The mountains in the first quarter refer to three prominent local mountains, while the second quarter shows the arms of the Christalnigg family. The bars in the lower half of the shield represent the rivers Gurk and Görtschitz, and the cog symbolizes the use of water power in the region.



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