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Description Coat of arms of Norwich.

Blazon: Gules, a Castle triple-towered and domed Argent, in base a Lion passant guardant Or.

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Date 13 January 2008
Source Vector version of w:Image:Arms-norwich.jpg, obtained from and originally provided by the Norwich City Council.
Author Fvasconcellos 19:29, 13 January 2008 (UTC)
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