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State : Rheinland-Pfalz
District (Kreis) : Trier-Saarburg (until 1969 Trier)
Verbandsgemeinde : Verbandsgemeinde Trier-Land

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

Unter abgesenktem, silbernen Schildhaupt, darin zwei schräggekreuzte rote Schlüssel, in Grün ein silberner, stilisierter, römischer Portikus mit vier Säulen.

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The arms were officially granted on February 22, 1989.

The two crossed keys are the symbol of the Cathedral Chapter of Trier, to which the village historically belonged. The base refers to a Roman villa found here in 1903, the facade of which is now in the State Museum of Trier. The green colour refers to the agricultural character of the municipality.

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Literature: Information from Verbandsgemeinde Trier-Land