Hohner Harde

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The Office Hohner Harde is an office in Rendsburg -Eckernförde district in Schleswig -Holstein and includes the following municipalities:


The historical Hohner Harde was in the late Middle Ages (ca. 1250-1500 ), a part of the Office Gottorp. In the merger of three official free community Breiholz ​​the offices Hamdorf and scorn in 1970 the newly formed Office was named the Official mockery. In 1999 it was renamed the Office Hohner Harde, although lying in the Holstein region Breiholz ​​not belong to the historical Hohner Harde.

Since 1 January 2008, the Office Hohner Harde forms with the community Fockbek administrative matters. Fockbek leads since in addition to the administrative duties for the office Fockbek by the administrative affairs for the Office Hohner Harde.

The term Harde comes from the Danish Government ago in 1864 and designated a lower county.

Coat of arms

Blazon: " In Gold elevated green Three mountain, topped with a person standing on a pedestal, upwardly tapering four-sided golden pillar, on the top of a golden rooster stands on either side accompanied by six golden oak leaves in position 2: 2: 2 "