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Coat of Arms of Kapfenberg, Austria; Das Wappen - verliehen von Kaiser Ferdinand III. am 15.12.1639 - zeigt die Brücken von Kapfenberg. Das Wappentier - ein Löwe mit Königskrone - hält in den Pranken das Wappen des Hauses Stubenberg, den Anker.

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