Cologne (Koln) Coat of Arms
It is a ermine shield containing eleven tails. The shield has a red fess showing three golden coronets ordered horizontally. Meaning: The three crowns are symbolizing the three wise, holy kings, whose bones had been brought to Köln by emperor Friedrich I. Barbarossa in 1164. They appear on the seals first in 1315. The ermine tails are reminding of St. Ursula, who was a princess of Brittany. The arms of Brittany had been an ermine shield[1].
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 Source(s):
[1] - From: FOTW Flags Of The World
Page: City of Cologne (Germany)
Author(s): Klaus-Michael Schneider
Book Author Used: Decku, JosephDeutsche Länder- und Städtewappen. Bonn: Kurt Schroeder, 1955.
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