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Coat of Arms
by Zeljko Heimer, 9 June 2004
Puaća (Pus<c/a) is a community in the Zagreb County near the city of Zapreaic, east of Zagreb. This is one of those few communities in Croatia that have the seat of administration in a settlement of a different name then the community iself - in this case the vilage is Donja Puaća. The Coat of Arms would have been adopted around 2000, and was shown in local monthly review "Prigorski Kaj, mjesečnik Grada Zapreaića", 2003. The design sugest that it might have been designed by the Rijeka company Heraldik-art d.o.o. and then a flag and a ceremonial flag are probably also around.
The Coat of Arms is Argent St. Florian clead as Roman warrior proper pouring water from a vase in his dexter on a burning house and holding in his sinister a red flag.
Zeljko Heimer , 9 June 2004