Flag of Nuremberg
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Due city flag of Nuremberg consists of two horizontal stripes of equal size in red and white.
In the middle is the "small" city coat of arms of Nuremberg. There is also a "large" city coat of arms.
Sights in Nuremberg are the Christmas market, of course the Nuremberg Castle, but also the former Nazi Party Rally building, the Church of Our Lady and the Albrecht Dürer House.
The coat of arms has been used since about 1240 and is officially described as:
"Split; in front in gold a half, red-tongued and gold-armored black eagle at the gap, behind five times diagonally divided by red and silver."
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The flag of the city of Nuremberg is a symbol of the history and character of the city. It was officially introduced on April 23, 1956 and represents the colors red, white and black. The flag is a symbol of solidarity and cohesion of the citizens of the city.
The flag of the city of Nuremberg has been known since the 13th century. It consists of a white cross on a red background and symbolizes the city rights that Nuremberg received in the Middle Ages. The colors red and white have been the official colors of the city of Nuremberg since the 15th century.
The flag of the city of Nuremberg in the country of Germany, Bavaria, consists of a black-red-gold triangle. In the center of the triangle there is a white cross. The cross is decorated with a black lion holding a red rose in its mouth. The lion is a symbol of the city of Nuremberg, the rose stands for freedom and democracy.