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 Szatta
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Szatta

(The County of Vas)

The description of the coat-of-arms:

In a pointed shield azure, issuing from a double mound vert a tree truncated or is borne. Among its leaves a displayed eagle or, holding a sword in its dexter foot and a flag in its sinister. On the mound dexter a church argent, on the sinister a valiant habited argent holding a pike flagged sitting on a horse rampant. Below the shield on a scroll or the motto SZATTA is borne.

The meaning of the symbols:

The coat-of-arms of the village was made depending on the ideas of the body of representatives. The two mounds refer to the former and today position of the village. The verdured tree symbolises surviving, the eagle holding a sword and a flag is a memory of the watch-keepers who got privileges of nobility. The church refers to religion, while the conquering valiant reminds us of the earliest memories of local history.

The village of Szatta is an old settlement. It is mentioned in documents from the 14th century in the form of Zatha. It was first mentioned in 1389. The seals of the village appeared among the documents of the chief constable of the district of Szentgotthárd. In the negative engraved round seal - used from the 1850s - a coronet couped is borne between cross-stemmed palm leaves above the letters SZ H. The initials stand for the words "Szatta Helység" (place of Szatta). From the 1870s a seal was made that was suitable for seal printing on which the letters SZ H can be seen. The name registration of the municipality names of the County of Vas was carried out in 1907 when it was possible for the principles to create a coated seal. Unfortunately, the leaders did not find it important, so only a legend appears on their seal.