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 Lulla [¤]
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Lulla

(Somogy County)

Triangular shield erectand argent, chief azure. In chief azure a Calvinist rose is borne encouped, leaved vert, its five petals are tinctured argent. The centre of the rose is adorned with a heart gules and a Latin cross. The charge of the rose from the dexter side is flanked by a patriarchal cross or and urdée. From the sinister side cross is flanked by an eight-pointed star or. In field argent on a triple mound vert a vine stock is borne with four leaves and two bunches of grapes. All vert. Vinestock is flanked by a stag’s antlers gules which are borne encouped. Shield is embraced by two oak branches, at the bottom placed crosswise. Oak branches vert are adorned by acorns or. Below the shield a tripartite swallow-tailed ribbon or with the settlement’s name LULLA inscribed in it in capital letters sable. Before and after the settlement’s name an ornamental dot is borne.