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Bad Dürrenberg Natural Brine City (Germany)

Solestadt Bad Dürrenberg, Saalekreis County, Saxony-Anhalt

Last modified: 2018-12-15 by klaus-michael schneider
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Bad Dürrenberg is a town of 12,000 inhabitants in Merseburg-Querfurt county in the south of Saxony-Anhalt. On 23 June 2017 the city gained the title "Solestadt", that means "natural brine city".
Stefan Schwoon, 18 Apr 2001

Bad Dürrenberg Flag

It is a white over red horizontal bicolour with centred arms fimbriated white.
Thomas Rystau, 20 Oct 2018

Bad Dürrenberg Banner

[Bad Dürrenberg banner] image by Thomas Rystau, 22 Nov 2018

It is a white-red vertical bicolour. The arms are shifted to the top and fimbriated white.
Thomas Rystau, 20 Oct 2018

Bad Dürrenberg Plain Flag

[Bad Dürrenberg plain flag] 3:5 image by Stefan Schwoon, 18 Apr 2001

The white-red bicolour is normally used without the arms and was re-introduced in 1990.
Source: Günther 1996a.
Stefan Schwoon, 18 Apr 2001

Bad Dürrenberg Coat of Arms

Shield Gules with base wavy Azure, issuant from base a tower Argent with port and windows Sable and stairs Argent having three steps.
The tower is a local landmark, the Borlach Tower, being part of the namesake museum with exhibitions about salt mining. The base wavy is representing Saale River.
Source: German WIKPEDIA
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 16 Nov 2018

The arms were approved on 15 April 1947 by Minister of Interior of Saxony-Anhalt. Flag and banner were approved on 3 April 2918 by the county administration. The plain flag was re-adopted in 1990.
Thomas Rystau, 20 Oct 2018

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