Wroclaw Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Wroclaw features a shield divided into four sections. The upper left section depicts a crowned white lion rampant on a red field, which represents the Kingdom of Bohemia. The upper right section depicts a black Silesian eagle on a yellow field. The lower left section depicts a black W on a yellow field, which stands for Wrocislaw, the city's legendary founder. Lastly, the lower right section depicts St. John the Evangelist on a red field. A white disc, depicting St. John the Baptist's head, is located in the center of the shield. The current version was adopted in 1990, but a similar version dates back to 1530 when it was granted to the city by Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor[1].
Purchase these Wroclaw Coat of Arms t-shirts, mugs, hats, and other gifts items.
Click here to buy
Shirt
as low as $14.60
Click here to buy
Click here to buy
Greeting Card
as low as $2.75
Click here to buy
Click here to buy
Mousepad
$12.35
Click here to buy
Click here to buy
Bag
as low as $11.20
Click here to buy
Click here to buy
Apron
as low as $22.45
Click here to buy
Click here to buy
Mug
as low as $15.70
Click here to buy
Click here to buy
Postcard
as low as $1.10
Click here to buy
Thank you for checking out our Wroclaw Coat of Arms t-shirts and gifts.
Website developed and maintained by Rivard IT Solutions.