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 Town of Hetyefő
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Hetyefő

(Veszprém County)

The chievements of the Town of Hetyefő consist of an upright, triangular escutcheon, divided fess by a wary bar argent. In chiefgules, an unanhored apostolic patriarchal cross or. In base vert, unanchored, three oak leaves, of the third, are extending outward from a common stem toward the dexter chief, sinister chief, and center base, with single acorns in the spaces between them. Encircling the escutcheon from each side, a torse of six ears of wheat crossing each other at the base. Below the escutheon, unanchored, on a curved scroll consisting of three sections, of the third, the inscription HETYEFO in capital letters sable. Before and after the name of the town, there is a circular ornament on either side. The bar symbolizing the Vörös waters that recall the physical attributes, with its colors of the second assigned to it. The native oak is depicted, indicating sylvicultural activity as well. The oak is the higheset-ranking plant among escutcheon charges, it was considered a holy tree from antiquity, even the Roman victory imperishable wood, it became the symbol of strength, endurance, victory, and unshakable character. The ears of wheat symbolize the agricultural activity. The apostolic patriarchal cross recalls the inhabitants' Chatholic faith, as well as towns" Church property status. Its appearance is important because religious faith is the most powerful force that can form and sustain a community- and it plays a vital role in the lives of the inhabitants and the life of the community.

By combining the colors of the second, first, and fourth, the achievements recall our national colors as well.