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Les Montets commune (Fribourg/Freiburg canton, Switzerland)

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Les Montets

[Flag of Les Montets] image located by Martin Karner

On 1 January 2004 the new commune of Les Montets was formed by the merger of Aumont, Frasses, Granges-de-Vesin and Montet (Broye) (see below).

The four roses in the new emblem stand for the four united communes, the river is the Petite Glâne.

Aumont (until 31 December 2003)

[Flag of Aumont] image by Pascal Gross

Gules, three Lilies of the Valley Vert flowered Argent issuant from a Mount Or and on a Chief of the third three Roses of the first barbed and seeded proper.
Željko Heimer, 9 October 2000

Frasses (until 31 December 2003)

[Flag of Frasses] image by Pascal Gross

Azure, a Castle embattled Or with a Tower in dexter masoned, doored and windowed Sable, and on a Chief Argent three Roses Gules barbed and seeded proper.
Željko Heimer, 14 October 2000

Granges-de-Vesin (until 31 December 2003)

[Flag of Granges-de-Vesin] image by Pascal Gross

Per fess, Gules a Barn Argent and Argent a Rose Gules barbed and seeded proper.
Željko Heimer, 14 October 2000

Montet (Broye) (until 31 December 2003)

[Flag of Montet (Broye)] image by Pascal Gross

Blazon in French:
"Ecartelé, aux 1er et 4e de sable ‡ un croissant d'or posé entre deux étoiles du même, le tout rangé entre deux bandes d'argent : aux 2e et 3e de sable au poisson décharné d'argent, posé en pal et recourbé, le second contourné par courtoisie."
Pascal Gross, 15 October 2000

Quarterly, in first and fourth with a Crescent Or statant between two Mullets of the same, all in two Bends Argent: in second and third Sable with fleshless Fish Argent, statant in pale and bent back, the second contourné by courtesy.
translated by Jarig Bakker, 15 October 2000