Neuhaus, Carinthia - Politics - Coat of Arms

Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Neuhaus shows the golden tower of the castle (today’s Neuhaus Castle) and the three golden stars of the Counts of Heunburger, who had these in their coat of arms and had their center of power in the southeast Jaun Valley. The golden plow represents agriculture as the historically and currently most important economic activity in the municipality.

The coat of arms and banner were adopted by the municipality on 2 June 1980. The flag is blue and yellow and bears the coat of arms.

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