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 Sámod
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Sámod

(The County of Baranya)

Shield contoured or, base rounded to a point. On the shield the name of the village Sámod is read in versal Times New Roman letters, the name is bordured with sable. Field azure is party per fess. In base a field vert with a master figure. In field azure three stylised ears of corn or, symmetrically in the middle of the shield.

The symbolism of the coat of arms of Sámod:

The village is situated in Baranya County, in the Ormánság. In 1244 it was mentioned as Posessio Samud, later it became Nagsamog, Kissamog. These names refer to two separate parts of the village. The village kept its inhabitants during the Ottoman rule as well. The first Calvinist church of the village burnt down in 1763, and the present church was built in 1810. The school of the village was built in the second part of the century. The village always belonged to the estate of Vajszló. At the beginning of the 18th century the village received a rounded seal. On the seal three bent lines representing the soil, an ear of corn is embraced with a plough and a coulter.

The field azure in the shield represents the Mediterranean climate; the party vert represents the hills and forests of the Ormánság. The three stylised ears of corn refer to the agricultural activity in the village, and it also refers to the old seal.