Last modified: 2002-01-18 by jarig bakker
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The settlement was founded in the 13th century but it is not known when
it was promoted to a village. The present emblem goes out from the historical
emblem of the village.
The description of the emblem - two green hills grow out of the blue lower foot of the shield which is silver in colour. A spruce of natural colours grows up on every hill. Between the spruces is a small red shield with a silver ploughshare. The hills represent Eagle mountain where Lichkov lies. The blue foot of the shield represents the river Silent Eagle which flows through the land of the village. The spruces remind the forests in the surround of the village. The small shield with the ploughshare has been taken from the historical emblem of Lichkov.
Info from this site, reported by Jarig Bakker, 7 Dec 2000