Arms of Poblete, Spain


Granted 1997

Blazon: Azure on a pale gules between six houses argent a castle triple-towered or between in chief a cross couped and in base a crescent of the second

These may be canting arms, as the town’s name derives from “poblet,” a ancient diminutive of “town.”


Arms of Villavaliente, Spain


In use since at least 2009

Blazon: Per fess I per pale vert a tower or windowed azure and or an eagle displayed sable, II argent three rows of houses gules surmounted by a sword palewise or

Villavaliente was a part of the municipality of Jorquera until 1927. The chief part of the arms are those of Jorquera. The houses in the base are likely a reference to the former name of the town – Casas de Valiente.

Arms of A Pobra do Caramiñal, Spain

Unofficial; in use since roughly 1822

Blazon: Per pale azure on the sea in base barry wavy argent and the field, a lymphad or, sail of the second, in chief two escallops of the last (Pobra do Deán); and or on a base vert two houses argent windowed azure joined by a path pallwise of the third, issuant from between them a camariña branch of the second (Pobra)