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 settlement’s three earlier seals (those of 1778, 1797 and 1876) as well as the rivers running through the village of Árpás and a nearby church served as bases for the creation of the local emblem.
In sinister chief the settlement’s Árpád- age church is borne and in the dexter chief between a coulter and a ploughshare three ears of rye.
The church is used jointly with other neighbouring villages and as a charge in the settlement’s coat of arms it is a reference to Christianity. The agricultural tools as well as the ears of rye symbolise local agriculture. In base the symbol of the Rába river is borne with a bridge, below it one of its tributaries, the so-called ’Kanális’. These charges evoke the settlement’s relatedness to these rivers, which is a fact of the village’s thousand-year-old history. The upper edge of the settlement’s coat of arms is contoured, its two sides are parallel and the sides are broken with an angle. Base is curved to a point. Below the shield a swallow-tailed ribbon with the settlement’s name ÁRPÁS in it.
The village’s coat of arms is tinctured white, argent, vert, gules, or and sable.