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Tévenon commune (Vaud canton, Switzerland)

Last modified: 2023-12-30 by martin karner
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[Flag of Tévenon] image located by Martin Karner

On 1 July 2011 the new commune of Tévenon was formed by the merger of Fontanezier, Romairon, Vaugondry and Villars-Burquin (see below).

The green mount refers to the local hill En Tévenon, from which the commune got its name.

Fontanezier (until 30 June 2011)

[Flag of Fontanezier] image by Pascal Gross

Paly of six Argent and Azure, on a bend Gules three Buckles Or.
Željko Heimer, 20 September 1999

[These are not buckles but symbols of fountains/fountainheads (French: fontaine), alluding to the village's name.]

Romairon (until 30 June 2011)

[Flag of Romairon] image by Pascal Gross

Or, on a Bend Vert a May bug proper bendwise.
Željko Heimer, 21 October 1999

[The May bug (French: hanneton) refers to the nickname of the inhabitants.]

Vaugondry (until 30 June 2011)

[Flag of Vaugondry] image by Pascal Gross

Gyrrony Or and Azure, overall a Cat effarouched stantant proper.
Željko Heimer, 1 November 1999

[The cat refers to the nickname of the inhabitants.]

Villars-Burquin (until 30 June 2011)

[Flag of Villars-Burquin] image by Pascal Gross

Or, on two Pine Branches in saltire a Wren proper.
Željko Heimer, 6 November 1999

[The bird could also be a kinglet (French: roitelet), which is the nickname of the inhabitants.]