Lipsko County is a powiat (county), located in the southeast of the
country. It is named after the main city of the county, Lipsko.
The county adopted on 28 April 2000 new symbols by county law Nr. XIII/104/2000.
Author of the symbols is Mariana Wodnicka.
Sources: letter from the county office and County
Jens Pattke, 22 Dec 2007
I'm afraid no, none whatsoever. The Coat of Arms "Dębno" dates back to 1241 AD
and the Mongol invasion of Batu Khan. The heraldic charge - "łękawica"
- (two chevronels inverted Argent conjoined in fess) has its origins, probably,
in the Tatar tamgas.
The initial "M" in the Pope John Paul II Coat of Arms signifies His special
devotion to Virgin Mary.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 23 Oct 2008