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Originates in Izco (Valley of Aibar) in 1265.
It means "Place of the Rock" from "Iz" probably a contraction of "Aitz"
(rock) and the suffix "ko" (place).
The coat of arms is divided in four parts. The top left and bottom right
have a standing lion (of natural color) on a field of silver. The top
right and bottom left are on a field of gold and contain two red bands
(this is a band that goes from the top right to bottom left of the
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