The city's arms (Gules a mullet argent) on a street, to be all lit up at night.
And here (though with the star as a mere outline) on the pediment of a building just off another square.
Here, on the side of what is now a museum, but used to be an international banking house.
(We'll look at all of the arms on the exterior of this building in a later post.)
This was an interesting one, inset into the side of a building.
And on the flags at each side here, along with a regional and national flag.
You also find the arms being used to attract the eye, and in this case, diners. The arms and supporter on a restaurant.
And here, just the arms (twice!) on another restaurant.
And for the tourist trade, in the window of a shop.
(The star is simply cut out from the red shield here.)
Below the shield is some framed sheet music, with words, to Mestreechs Volksleed.
It was really nice to see a city, and its residents, really utilizing the city's coat of arms, especially one as simple as this.