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State : Sachsen-Anhalt
Additions: 2007 Anhalt-Zerbst (partly), Bitterfeld, Köthen

Wappen von Anhalt-Bitterfeld/Arms (crest) of Anhalt-Bitterfeld
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German Geviert; Feld 1: in Silber ein auf roter Zinnenmauer linkshin schreitender schwarzer Bär; Feld 2: in Gold ein rot bewehrter, dreizehiger, schwarzer Löwe mit ausgeschlagener Zunge; Feld 3: in Silber drei rote Seeblätter (2:1); Feld 4: in Rot eine wachsende silberne Palme mit Früchten.
English blazon wanted


The arms were granted on August 31, 2007.

The arms are a combination of the arms of the former districts. The first quarter is the historical arms of Anhalt and was part of the arms of Anhalt-Zerbst. The black lion and the three leaves are both taken from the arms of the Bitterfeld district. The palm tree is taken from the arms of Köthen district.

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