National and historical symbols of Hungary

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The Coat-of-Arms of the Village of Hernádbűd [¤]
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Hernádbűd

(County Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén)

Shield erect, the base curved to a point. It bears: azure, in base a triple mound vert surmounted by a bar wavy argent. Above the mounds a vol or of the field. Across the top a barred helm sideways argent adorned or and lined gules, gorged with a heraldic crown or adorned gules and azure, and for the crest a demi-unicorn rampant argent issuant therefrom, holding with the forefeet a sword palewise hilted and crossbarred or and bladed argent. Mantling: azure and or on both sides. Under the shield on a triple-sectioned swallow-tailed concave scroll or the motto HERNÁDBŰD in majuscules sable, preceded and followed by an ornamental dot sable.

The small village of Hernádbűd is located in the middle part of the Hernád Valley, in the northeastern area of the county Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén. It was permanently dwelt as early as the prehistoric times. In the Árpádian age (11-13th centuries) it was the possession of the Aba clan.

The still existing Romanesque church was built in this period. The village does not have a railway station. The nearest one at Ináncs is accessible by bus from here. The town that is located nearest to Hernádbűd is Encs, which is also the seat of the district notary. The decline in the number of Hernádbűd's inhabitants stopped a few years ago. In recent years the village has witnessed considerable development, marked by the construction of the water pipe system, the telephone network and the gas pipeline. Communal solid waste is also disposed of safely. Local retail trade is done by a COOP shop. There is no economic organisation of legal entity based in the settlement. The number of inhabitants is 163, thirty-five per cent of whom are over 60 years of age. Thirty per cent of those in working age are unemployed. The village does not have a system of institutions that would cater for fundamental provision; the only local institution is the library of 2,000 volumes.