Bayerisch Gmain

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State : Bayern
District (Kreis) : Berchtesgadener Land (until 1974 Berchtesgaden)

Wappen von Bayerisch Gmain/Arms (crest) of Bayerisch Gmain
Official blazon

Geteilt; oben gerautet von Silber und Blau, unten in Rot übereinander zwei waagrechte silberne Fische.

English blazon wanted


The arms were officially granted on September 16, 1963.

The upper half shows the diamonds of Bayern and refers to the fact that the area historically belongs to Bayern. The municipality has always been on the border between Bayern and Salzburg (now Austria).

The two fish are taken from the arm of the St. Zeno abbey in Bad Reichenhall, as most of the area as well as the parish historically belonged to the abbey.

Wappen von Bayerisch Gmain/Coat of arms (crest) of Bayerisch Gmain

The arms near the town (2013)
Wappen von Bayerisch Gmain/Coat of arms (crest) of Bayerisch Gmain

The arms on the town hall (2013)


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