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 Apostag
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Apostag

(Bács-Kiskun County)

It’s a shield shaped, resembling parchment, represented a building complex on gold background, which contains 3, middle standing, complete height church towers and linking to the outside towers two single-storey high-roof buildings with two-two windows. The left side tower symbolise the calvinist church with a star and a cock on its top, the middle tower symbolize the lutheran church with a star on its top and the right side tower symbolize the catholic church with a cross on its top.

The roofs and windows of single-storey buildings are claret, the wallings are gold like the shield. The wallings of church towers are silver, the roofs, windows and doors of the calvinist and the catholic church towers (outside towers) are medium green, the roof, window and door of lutheran church tower (the middle tower) are claret.

Under the shield in semicircular arch „Apostag Község” (Apostag Village) caption.

This caption is medium green like on the buildings.