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 Szajla
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Szajla

(The County of Heves)

A pointed disc escutcheon erect, party per fess by a bar wavy and party per pale under the bar.

The upper field azure bears a Cuman mound vert, referring to the burial place from the age of the Hungarian settlement, situated in the fields of the village.

On the dexter a mound vert, on which the Saint Cross church argent – built between 1803 and 1806 – can be seen. On its dexter a bell tower argent is borne. The church motif symbolises the religious devotion of the inhabitants.

The bar wavy argent refers to the brook Tarna crossing the fields of the village.

The lower dexter field gules bears a seal argent, couped dated 1698.

The lower sinister field azure bears a coulter argent, couped, pointed upwards on the dexter. In the middle an ear of wheat argent, couped is borne. On the sinister a ploughshare argent, couped, pointed upwards. The three motifs are taken from the seal of the village from 1758. The symbols refer to the farming activity of the inhabitants.