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Gemeinde Dägeling, Amt Krempermarsch, Steinburg County, Schleswig-Holstein
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image by Jörg Majewski, 6 Jun 2006
adopted 20 Oct 2001
Municipality of Dägeling
At this webpage is the
flag of Dägeling municipality, Amt Krempermarsch, Steinburg County, Schleswig-Holstein.
At the main page is the coat of
Dägeling was first mentioned in 1637, but there were settlements before,
which formed the municipality. In 1351 a settlement "Welle" was
mentioned, which became in 1519 "Wellenbarg", at present Wellenberg.
In 1427 a settlement "Dodelinge" popped up, and in 1580 "Bockwisch".
These developments in the municipal history played a rôle in the development
of the municipal arms.
The golden corn-ears represents agriculture, the origin of the municipality.
The cogwheel symbolizes industry and the enterprises active on the workfloor.
The bottom of the shield is round with a blue wave, for the "Wellenberg"
- Mountain of Waves.
The coat of arms was granted 9 Mar 2001 by the Home Minister of the
Land Schleswig Holstein. The flag is derived from the arms.
Dägeling is 55 km north of Hamburg.
Jarig Bakker, 15 Mar 2005
Municipality Dägeling (Daegeling)
County Steinburg, state Schleswig-Holstein
flag adopted 20th October 2001
Jörg Majewski, 6 Jun 2006
image by Jarig Bakker, 15 Mar 2005
granted 9 Mar 2001