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 Szentbalázs
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Szentbalázs

(The County of Somogy)

Shield erect, base curved to a point, party per pale. Sinister field party per fess. In dexter field gules on a triple mound vert the figure of Saint Blasius or. On his head a bishop’s hat with a cross. In sinister hand two candles crossed, dexter hand on a sword representing his martyrhood. In sinister chief field vert between two crossed branches of oak tree or a bunch of grapes or with two leaves. In sinister base field or three heraldic roses gules.

In dexter field azure, the figure of the patron saint of the village is depicted. The village got its name after Saint Blasius. The triple mound vert represents the surrounding hills of the village. In sinister field gules the branches of oak tree emphasise the importance of the forests, the bunch of grapes or refers to the ancient viniculture of the village. The three heraldic roses were originally in the coat of arms of the Prince Esterházy family, who were the last landlords of the territory.