On the manhole covers in Füssen you can see the local city arms. Even though the name of the town origins from a latin word (fauces) the coat of arms refers to the latter interpretation of the word Füssen which sounds like the German term Füße. Especially in Bavarian areas, this term is used for legs.
This manhole cover in Halle (Saale) displays the coat of arms of the city. The city arms of Halle consist of a moon between two stars of different size. The colour of these symbols is red; the ground is silver.
This manhole cover in Naumburg (Saale) displays the city arms. Interesting detail: Since 1993 the sword lays over the key. This manhole cover shows the older coat of arms with the key positioned over the sword.
The manhole covers in Rostock display the coat of arms of the city. The coat of arms dating back to 1367 depicts a golden griffin of a blue field (representing the former princes of Rostock) with bars of silver and red (the colours of the Hanseatic League). As a member of the Hanseatic League the city is generally named Hansestadt Rostock.
This manhole cover in the streets of Erfurt shows the emblem of the city. The emblem looks similar to the Wheel of Mainz. As a matter of fact Erfurt has been linked to the Electorate of Mainz for many years. [German]
Manhole cover at Prague main railway station (Praha hlavní nádraží) featuring the former main entrance of the railway station designed by Czech architect Josef Fanta, The interior of the old Art Nouveau entrance hall is still worth a visit.