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State : Thüringen
District (Kreis) : Schmalkalden-Meiningen

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

Geviert von Gold und Blau; oben vom eine grüne Linde; oben hinten und unten vom je zwei silberne Pfähle; unten hinten ein roter Wolf mit silberner Bewehrung.

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The arms were granted on December 8, 1994.

The linden tree in the first quarter is derived from the old village seal and symbolises the linden tree in the village, which is over 300 years old. The other three quarters are derived from the arms of the family Wolff von und zu Todenwarth, an important local family originating from the village of Todenwarth in the municipality. The wolf is a canting element for the family name.

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Literature: Ulle, 1997.