Bienenbüttel

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BIENENBÜTTEL

State : Niedersachsen
District (Kreis) : Uelzen
Additions : 1972 Bargdorf, Beverbeck, Bornsen, Edendorf, Eitzen I, Grünhagen, Hohenbostel, Hohnstorf, Niendorf, Rieste, Steddorf, Varendorf, Wichmannsburg, Wulfstorf

Wappen von Bienenbüttel

Official blazon

Origin/meaning

The castle in the arms symbolises the former medieval Biangibudiburg castle. The scales are a symbol of justice, symbolising that Bienenbüttel was the seat of a court until the mid 18th century. The fish symbolises the Ilmenau river. As far as I know none of the former municipalities had their own coat of arms.


Literature : Image and information from http://www.bienenbuettel.de

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