Fraham (Taufkirchen)

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State : Bayern
District (Kreis) : Mühldorf am Inn
Incorporated into: 1970 Taufkirchen

Wappen von Fraham (Taufkirchen)/Arms (crest) of Fraham (Taufkirchen)
Official blazon

Gespalten von Silber und Rot, vorne vierreihiges blaues Wolkenfeh, hinten ein silbernes Flammenschwert mit goldenem Griff und goldener Parierstange.

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The arms were officially granted on November 17, 1964

The right part with the 'cloudy' lines is taken from the arms of the Abbey of Au am Inn, to which most of the village historically belonged. The flaming sword is the symbol of St. Michael, patron saint of the Mattsee Convent, which also had several possessions in the area.


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