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Divided horizontally - the upper field blue,
the lower one gold.
Jan Oskar Engene 11 Apr 1996, quoting [kra81]
The arms are azure with a golden bell and in the
bottom three golden mountains. The colours represent
the "Walser" who came from Davos
to settle on the mountains of Triesen
(=Triesenberg). The three golden mountains give the name
of the commune. The bell is attributed to Saint Theodule,
patron saint of the Valais and of the Valaisan settlements
(Walser), who is mentioned in 1595 as the patron saint of
the chapel of Masescha. The arms of Triesenberg were adopted
on 20 May, 1955.
Pascal Vagnat, 21 Nov 1995
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