Templin

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TEMPLIN

State : Brandenburg
District (Kreis) : Uckermark (until 1994 Templin)
Additions : 1957 Ahrensdorf (1961 to Milmersdorf, 1993 again to Templin); 2003 Amt Templin-Land, Beutel, Densow, Gandenitz, Gollin, Groß Dölln, Grunewald, Hammelspring, Herzfelde, Klosterwalde, Petznick, Röddelin, Storkow, Vietmannsdorf

Wappen von Templin

Official blazon

(de) In Silber, bestreut mit 14 grünen Kleeblättern, ein goldbewehrter roter Adler.

Origin/meaning

The arms show the eagle of Brandenburg. The oldest seal of the city dates from the early 13th century and shows the eagle in a shield on a field with scattered trefoils. Later seals only showed the eagle. The eagle indicated that the city was part of Brandenburg and has received city rights from the Dukes of Brandenburg.

Seal of Templin

Seal from around 1900
Wappen von Templin

The arms by Hupp in the Kaffee Hag albums +/- 1925


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Literature : Benzig et al, 1985 Brandenburgstate.jpg