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 Lovászpatona
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Lovászpatona

(The County of Veszprém)

Shield erect and quarterly, its base is curved to a point. Escutcheon: an octagonal seal print. In dexter chief gules the charge of a prancing mane argent is borne encouped. In sinister chief azure a vambraced arm argent is borne encouped. It is holding a scimitar. In dexter base vert a sheaf of wheat, or. In sinister base gules, on ground vert, a fortified church argent, on its cranellated wall a structure with an open gate. The church building features one nave, a pyramidal roofed tower, a cross on the top and three windows. In the octagonal escutcheon vert a crane argent is borne encouped, footed gules. In its dexter foot bird is holding a piece of stone. Shield is topped by a five-pointed verdured crown, which is decorated with gems. Below the shield the settlement’s name is inscribed in letters gules: Lovászpatona