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Tula’s coat-of-arms shows [tools] forming an
asterisk (all three of them are white), one golden hammer
above them and one below, the background is red.
Val Sinitsin, 03 Jul 2000
Description in the regulations of city as of on 8 March 1778:
in the red field, on two silver blades in the shape of a St Andrew cross, a silver gun stem; above and below two gold hammers; all this symbolizes the arms factory located in the city.In the canton is located the image of the medal “gold star”. Ratio 2:3.
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