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 Sáska
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Sáska

(Veszprém County)

Escutheon: standing, triangular escutheon with a blue field. In the bottom there is a mound, and in its green field is a floating, standing silver ploughshare.

On the mound stands a church at right with a floating, golden lily.Under the escutcheon can be seen on a floating, golden ribbon the black „SÁSKA” incription with capital blocks.

In front of and after the name of the settlement there is one-one ornament point.

Sáska is located in the northern part of Transdanubia on the slopes of Agártető Hill. It was first mentioned in 1385, as a possesion of Gyulaffy family.

We can find the roman chatolic church built in roman style in the west side of the village. Béla IV. was the famous guest of the village, when it was consecrated in the Summer of 1250.

The Memory Table and Book of the Heroes of the First and Second World War got place in the church.

The late baroque style Nepomuki Saint János Statue can be seen along the road to Zalahaláp.

In the forrest stands the “Man Stone” wich was formed by a gully. But according to the legend a monk hewed it in order to show the right way to the stray wonderer. Next to it there is a beautiful, kind spring suitable for bathing.

In a tatched roof peasant house we can get acquanited with the history of the village by an exhibition.

The surrounding forrests are rich in games, in olden times it was the hunting-ground of the kings.