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 Village of Szentimrefalva
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(Veszprém County)

Heraldic discription of the shield

The shield is a standing triangular scutcheon with an undivided blue ground. At the bottom of the shield there grows a green triple-hillock which an authentic represented Price Saint Imre stands on. Gold halo is floating around his head. The price has black hair, he is wearing a gold opened crown on his head.

The silver (white) dress of the prince, which reaches to the knees, pins down a brown belt with gold clip on his waist. Under the dress he is wearing silver (white) shirt and stocking of mail. The gathered red cloak slinged over the prince's shoulder reaches down to his ankles. The cloak is fixed ahead with a gold, round clip from right side. The cloak is hanging down diagonally from the gold clip to the elbows of the prince.

In the right hand of the price which is bended in at the elbow there is an authentic represented lily. He has his left hand on the gold hilt of his silver sword. The naked sword is hanging on the prince's left side vertically on a slender brown belt which is hanging right transversal. At the top of the blue field there are two small triangle scutcheon floating. The scutcheon of the right sided small shield is cut seven times with red and silver. In the undivided red field of the left sided small scutcheon there is an authentic reprezented lily floating.

The explanation of the shield

The shield of the community is a recounted shield because it tells the story of the community's name. The representation of Pince Saint Imre is in period dress. It is similar to the "costumary" ecclesiastical representations. The price who had vowed chastity and had canonized can be seen with his distinguished attribte, which is the lily. The small shields help the recognition of "Árpádházi" Saint Imre.