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City of Bad Bramstedt (Germany)

Stadt Bad Bramstedt, Kreis Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein

Last modified: 2007-10-13 by jarig bakker
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[Bad Bramstedt flag] 2:3 image by Jörg Majewski, 1 Jul 2007
Flag adopted 25 Mar 1957

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City of Bad Bramstedt

City of Bad Bramstedt, Segeberg County, Schleswig Holstein
Description of coat of arms: In a blue field is a Saxon warrior in golden (=yellow) and silver (=white) armor. He is wearing golden (=yellow) boots. His right arm is upright, holding a short sword, a "sahs" which gave the Saxons their name. With his left hand he holds a shield which is standing on the ground. The shield shows the coat of arms of the counts of Holstein, a silver (=white) nettle leaf in a red field. The warrior is bearded and wears a golden helmet and a red scabbard for his sword.

Description of banner: I don't know, whether there exists a flag, because I only know the banner. Its ratio is 5:2. It is a blue cloth (FIAV-Code B-) with a vertical white stripe at each side. The estimated ratio of the stripes (b-w-b-w-b) is 1: 1:16:1:1. Shifted to the top is the image of the warrior from the coat of arms, but not the coat of arms itself.

I spotted this flag in July 2004 in Bad Bramstedt on the "Bleeck", which means "Minderstadt", a city with minor rights and it is more or less a market place.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Mar 2007

Town Bad Bramstedt
County Segeberg, state Schleswig-Holstein
flag adopted 25th March 1957
Jörg Majewski, 1 Jul 2007

Bad Bramstedt banner

[Bad Bramstedt banner] 2:3 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Mar 2007
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Bad Bramstedt arms

[Bad Bramstedt CoA] 2:3 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Mar 2007
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