Swansea Coat of Arms
The blue and white barry wavy part of the field shows that Swansea is a seaport. The castle is for the City's medieval fortifications - part of the castle still remains. The lion on the small shield is for the de Braos family. The crest has the osprey long associated with Swansea, and also found in West Glamorgan County Council's arms. The lion supporter is again derived from the de Braos arms, while the red dragon shows that the City is in Wales.
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