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State : Sachsen-Anhalt
District (Kreis) : Börde
Verwaltungsgemeinschaft : Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Hohe Börde (until 2010)
Additions: 1950 Mammendorf
Incorporated into: 2010 Hohe Börde

Wappen von Eichenbarleben/Arms (crest) of Eichenbarleben
Official blazon

Gold über Grün durch Wellenschnitt geteilt; oben ein aufrechter grüner Eichenzweig mit einer goldenen Eichel zwischen zwei Blättern, unten ein goldener Pflug.

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The arms were officially granted on September 8, 1998.

The oak branch (Eiche) is a canting element, the two leaves refer to the villages of Eichenbarleben and Mammendorf. The lower half shows a plough as a symbol for the agricultural character of the area.

The division line symbolises the Olbe river, but also the former post road from Aachen to Königsberg (Kaliningrad) which ran through the village. The road had seven curves in the village, which can still be seen.


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