Paris Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Paris features a ship on a red background, which is a symbol of the Marchands de l'eau, a powerful corporate body dating back to the Middle Ages. Above this, a pattern of yellow fleur-de-lis (stylized flowers that are a traditional French symbol) is depicted on a blue background. The coat of arms approached its current form in 1358 when it was installed by King Charles V. However, the arms dates back to 1190 when Philip II granted it to the city[1].
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