A left-facing lauburu on the baptismal font at the church of Knopp-Labach. There are also right-facing lauburus.
The lauburu or Basque cross (Basque: lauburu, "four heads") is a traditional Basque hooked cross with four comma-shaped heads. Today, it is a symbol of the Basque Country and the unity of the Basque people. It is also associated with Celtic peoples, most notably Galicians and Asturians.
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