Zuzenhausen - Government - Coat of Arms

Coat of Arms

The coat of arms comes from a court seal from 1748. It was fashioned by the General State Archive in 1905. The house is a pictorial representation of the community name. The lilly staves are from the coat of arms of the barons of Venningen, who lorded over Zuzenhausen for hundreds of years.

The flag is red and white and was awarded by the Ministry of the State in 1963.

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