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English: Coat of arms of the canton of Tessin ( Switzerland)
Italiano: Stemma del canton Ticino ( Svizzera)
Français : Armoiries du canton du Tessin ( Suisse)
Deutsch: Wappen des Kantons Tessin ( Schweiz)
Date 31 December 2008
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Author Sa-se
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This file depicts the coat of arms of a Swiss Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts (corporation governed by public law). Official works like coats of arms are gemeinfrei (in the public domain).

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Das im Bild dargestellte Wappen ist das Hoheitszeichen einer Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts in der Schweiz. Die Verwendung öffentlicher Wappen und Zeichen ist durch das Bundesgesetz vom 5. Juni 1931 (232.21) und die Vollziehungsverordnung vom 5. Januar 1932 (232.211) geregelt ( vgl. Volltext). Für die Wappen des Bundes und der Kantone ist Art. 3 massgeblich, für die Wappen der Bezirke, Kreise und Gemeinden Art. 5.

Wappen der Schweiz

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