Flag of Fürth
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The flag of Fürth is white-green and bears the city's coat of arms in the center.
The coat of arms shows a green three-leaf clover, which symbolizes the triple rule (ca. 1400-1792) of the Margraves of Brandenburg-Ansbach, the Imperial City of Nuremberg and the Cathedral Chapter of Bamberg.
Officially, the coat of arms states:
"In silver a three-leaf green clover. The three-leaf clover first appeared in the city's seals in 1562, when it was held by a hand eliminated by two crescents."
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The flag of the city of Fürth in the state of Germany, Bavaria, is a symbol of the city's history and identity. It represents the cohesion of the citizens of Fürth and the attachment to their homeland. The flag is a symbol of the unity of the city and its citizens.
The flag of the city of Fürth in the state of Bavaria is a symbol of the city's long and proud history. The flag consists of a white cross on a red background, which is a symbol of the Bishop of Bamberg, who ruled the city in the Middle Ages. In 1622, the flag was officially recognized and has been considered the symbol of the city of Fürth until today.
The flag of the city of Fürth in the country of Germany, Bavaria, consists of a white rectangular background and a red bar in the middle. The red bar is placed in the center of the white background and in the center there is a black Fürth coat of arms. The coat of arms consists of a black eagle, which is on a golden shield. The eagle carries a golden sword in its fangs and a golden scepter in its right.