Talk:Loire-Atlantique

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missing image[edit]

The image at the top of the info box on thsi page is missing, does anyone have a copy to re-upload? Thryduulf 12:59, 20 July 2005 (UTC)

Blason[edit]

  • I'm a french user wikipedia.

This emblem is not official from the department.

  • Je suis un utilisateur français de wikipédia qui contribut sur la version française [1]

Ce blason n'est pas officiel, il est déconseillé de l'utiliser.

  • Voici une copie du mail envoyé par le département.

This copy of mail sent by the department

 Bonjour, 

Pour faire suite à votre mail du 27 juillet dernier, voici quelques éléments concernant les "armoiries" du département de Loire-Atlantique.
 
Les "armoiries" où figurent les blasons des quatre sous-préfectures de L-A sont en fait un insigne remis jadis à chaque conseiller général dans l'Entre Deux Guerres (la sous-préfecture de Paimboeuf a été supprimée en 1926). Il ne s'agit donc pas à proprement parler d'armoiries du département. Je crois que le port de cet insigne a persisté jusque dans les années 1950.
La République ne reconnaît plus les armoiries (ni les blasons). Chacun est libre de s'en créer, dans la mesure où elles respectent les règles de l'héraldique. On ne peut dans ces conditions dire que chaque département ou chaque ville possède des "armoiries" officielles.

Cordialement, DEROUET Danielle

--Lacivelle (talk) 23:04, 5 August 2008 (UTC)

Meaning of this sentence[edit]

What is this sentence...

"There is a campaign to have it reintegrated in Brittany."

...suppposed to mean, exactly? Reintegrate it how? Culturally? If so, who is advocating this, and what is their plan to do so? I just thought it seemed like an odd, tacked on sentence. --Criticalthinker (talk) 01:27, 20 May 2012 (UTC)

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