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Moravská Třebová is a town in Svitavy district, in east central Czechia.
The town took over the margravial seal - no doubt in the first half of
the 14th century when it was held by a margrave. Considering a possible
confusion with the Moravian arms the Deputies Chamber of the Czech parliament
chairman decided on 15 July 1993 upon a change. The eagle bears on its
breast a blue escutcheon charged with a golden maiuscule letter T. Thus
it was different from the Moravian Coat of Arms, like the Coat of Arms of
The flag is banner of arms (2:3). The town colors are white, red and blue.
Ales Křizan, 21 Dec 2000.