National and historical symbols of Hungary

In this section you can find the crests of almost 2400 settlements of Hungary with notes. Find the starting letter of the settlement in the list and click if you want to see it.

The Coat-of-Arms of the Village of Ácsteszér
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Ácsteszér

(The County of Komárom-Esztergom)

Triangular shield erect. In field azure a chief gules party per bend argent. In chief gules a writing feather or turned to the dexter is borne encouped. In field azure above a triple mound vert two carpenter hatchets argent crossing each other are borne encouped, above them a heraldic lily or. The two shields are supported on two sides by a crossed oak branch adorned with leaves and an acorn or, respectively. Under the shield a tierced bend or is borne encouped. On the bend the name of the village, ÁCSTESZÉR, is read in capital letters sable.

Ácsteszér is situated on the southwestern part of the county, 15 kilometres away from Kisbér. The nearest railway station is Bakonyszombathely.

It was first mentioned in 1392 in a charter as ’Alch Thezer’. The name of the village referred to the profession of the villagers. The Slavic origin counterpart of the Hungarian word ’ács’ (meaning: carpenter) is ’teszér’. The Roman Catholic Church of the village was built in the 18th century in late Baroque style. A famous native of the village was Mihály Táncsics; the house where he was born is a museum today.

A kindergarten, elementary school, culture house, library and a sports field secure the cultural infrastructure of the village.