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Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki received civic rights in 1374. The name of the town should be explained word-for-word (New Manor House of Mazovia). The crest shield is divided horizontally into two: the upper white part includes red city walls with three battlemented keeps; the lower blue part has a white plaited and tied up scarf, i.e. Nałęcz, the coat of arms of the Nowodworski family, former owners of the town. The parts are divided by a white wave of the Narew river.
Coulours and flag
Colours of Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki: white and blue in two horizontal stripes of the same width, the upper stripe is white, the lower blue. The flag of the town is a rectangular white and blue standard with the crest of Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki against the white background.
The bottom of the Coat of Arms is recognizable for all, who are familiar with
Czechian Kamenny Privoz.
Jarig Bakker, 15 Apr 2002