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Freudenberg City (Germany)

Stadt Freudenberg, Main-Tauber-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg

Last modified: 2017-11-16 by klaus-michael schneider
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[Freudenberg city banner] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 17 May 2017
approved 6 December 1962 See also:

City of Freudenberg

Freudenberg City Banner

It is a yellow-dark blue vertical bicolour. The coat of arms is shifted to the top.
Source: this photo
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 May 2013

Freudenberg City Flag

[Freudenberg city banner] 3:5 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 17 May 2017

It is a yellow over dark blue horizontal bicolour with centred arms.
Source: this photo
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 17 Nov 2017

Freudenberg Coat of Arms

The shield is quarterly divided. Above right in a silver (= white) field is a black demi-eagle, armed and tongued red and couped per pale. Above left the blue field is divided bya golden (= yellow) fess wavy. Below right in a blue field is a golden (= yellow) heraldic rose. Below left in a silver (= white) field are three black peaks of a ridge of mountains.
Freudenberg gained city rights in 1333. The city used in the 14th century a seal with an eagle and rose derived from the arms of the Counts of Wertheim-Breuberg, who ruled the city at the time. In 1612/1617 the city became a possession of the Bishopric of Würzburg and the new seals showed St. Lawrence, the local patron saint, as well as the arms of the bishopric. Seals with similar compositions were used until the late 19th century. Demi-eagle and rose are symbolizing the Counts of Wertheim, while ridge and fess wavy are symbolizing the hilly landscape on the banks of Main River.
Source: Stadler 1971, p.41

Banner and coat of arms were approved on 6 December 1962 by minister of interior of Baden-Württemberg, published in GABl 13/1963.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 May 2013

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