Irish Internet Radio and TV from Dublin, Ireland.
This is the flag of my region (Twente, the Netherlands), which has the Saxon Steed on it. This is the symbol for Saxon heritage, much like the Uilleann harp is a symbol of Ireland.
This is the crest of my hometown, Riessen. It shows a twig, the "Riessentak" from which my hometown got its name. Riessen received city rights in 1243. So it has existed well before that. We do not even know why our town is named Riessen. An interesting story though is that in the early middle ages there were two settlements approximately at the same sites our town and a neighbouring village are nowadays. They were separated by a forest. Once, a storm raged, and ravaged the forest completely. All trees had fallen in one direction, and pointed their branches and twigs (the Riessen) to the east, and the trunks (the Hoolten) to the west.