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State : Schleswig-Holstein
District (Kreis) : Segeberg
Amt : Amt Bad Bramstedt-Land

Wappen von Fuhlendorf/Arms (crest) of Fuhlendorf
Official blazon
German In Gold ein erhöhter grüner Berg, darin unter drei silbernen Laubblätter ein durchbrochener schmaler silberner Wellenbalken, darunter ein goldenes Amulett.
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The arms were officially granted on August 23, 1991.

Both elements of the arms refer to the history of the village. The village is first mentioned in 1189 as a possession of the Reinfeld Abbey. This is symbolised by the crosier in the arms. The (medieval) plough indicates the development of the village as an agricultural settlement, and to the importance of agriculture in general until present times.

The blue colour is a canting element for Fuhl, from 'faul', which here means standing or very slowly flowing water.

Literature: Kommunale Wappenrolle Schleswig-Holstein

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