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State : Baden-Württemberg
District (Kreis) : Göppingen
Incorporated into: 1975 Bad Ditzenbach

Wappen von Auendorf/Arms (crest) of Auendorf
Official blazon
German In Gold ein grüner Hagebuttenzweig mit zwei roten Früchten.
English blazon wanted


There are no historical arms or seals known for the village. The first attempt to devise arms dates from 1930 when the local council wanted to adopt arms with a goose, as the old name of the village (until 1849) was Ganslosen (Gans=goose). In 1958 the State archives proposed a lily surrounded by four roses, but the council rejected this proposal. Instead the council adopted the above arms with a rosehip. The rosehip, Hagebutten, is a symbol for Auendorf as a 'Hägenmarkdorf'.

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Literature: Gönner and Bardua, 1966