Here comes the rural commune of Warta Boleslawiecka, Boleslawiec County,
Old German name: Alt Warthau.
The Commune Council resolution (uchwała) XXVII/119/96 of 28 June 1996
describes the Coat of Arms as: on a golden field of the old French style armorial
shield is a standing image of Prince Bolek II Maly (the Small), also called
"Paryus", at whose feet lies on its back a golden lion and, overturned
upside down, royal crown. It is a symbol of the resistance of the Silesian,
a loyal ally of Poland, against the Luxemburgs (also Czechs and Germans)
who didn't surrender his Principality, which now composes the territory
of the Warta Boleslawiecka Commune, until his death.
The shield is held by two deer in the dark red color. On both sides
of the shield there are scarves with the legend: " Gmina Warta Boleslawiecka"
("Commune of Warta Boleslawiecka").
Hanging above this shield is another, small, shield with the House
Arms of the Swidnik-Jawor Piast Dynasty.
The flag of the Commune is composed of three horizontal stripes: upper
- silver, middle - dark red and bottom - gold.
Upper and lower stripes are of equal height, and the middle one is
three times of the height of the two.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 23 May 2008
Warta Bolesławiecka Coat of Arms
image sent by Chrystian Kretowicz, 23 May 2008
adopted 28 Jun 1996