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Coat of arms of Framersheim
Coat of arms
Framersheim   is located in Germany
Coordinates: 49°45′29″N 8°10′27″E / 49.75806°N 8.17417°E / 49.75806; 8.17417Coordinates: 49°45′29″N 8°10′27″E / 49.75806°N 8.17417°E / 49.75806; 8.17417
Country Germany
State Rhineland-Palatinate
District Alzey-Worms
Municipal assoc. Alzey-Land
 • Mayor Ulrich Armbrüster
 • Total 9.31 km2 (3.59 sq mi)
Elevation 171 m (561 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 1,575
 • Density 170/km2 (440/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 55234
Dialling codes 06733
Vehicle registration AZ

Framersheim is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Alzey-Worms district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.



The municipality lies in Rhenish Hesse. It belongs to the Verbandsgemeinde of Alzey-Land, whose seat is in Alzey.

Neighbouring municipalities[edit]

Framersheim’s neighbours are Alzey-Schafhausen, Dittelsheim-Heßloch, Gau-Heppenheim and Gau-Odernheim.


In 775, Framersheim had its first documentary mention when a document from Lorsch Abbey mentioned a vineyard in Framersheim.


Municipal council[edit]

The council is made up of 16 council members, who were elected at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman.

The municipal election held on 7 June 2009 yielded the following results:[2]

SPD CDU FWG Zink Total
2009 4 2 7 3 16 seats


  • (1945–1946) Johann Beckenbach
  • (1989–2004) Frank Zink
  • (2004–heute) Ulrich Armbrüster

Coat of arms[edit]

The municipality’s arms might be described thus: Sable a kettle-hat argent pierced each side with a cord gules, itself nowed at each end and looped once in base.

The “kettle-hat” (Kesselhut in German) apparently was once typical. It appeared in the village seal as early as 1459. It could be a canting charge for the family Kessler von Sarmsheim who held the local castle in the Middle Ages.[3]

Economy and infrastructure[edit]

With local winemaking businesses, business is done by so-called self-marketers, who mostly market their own wares directly to end users.


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