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 Szuhakálló
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Szuhakálló

(The County of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén)

This is a blue - coloured, vertical military shield. It is divided into four parts by a gold wave - bandage and a stake, which was made of red and silver colours. There is a double - cross in the top right hand corner. There are a silver wedge and a hammer in the top left hand corner. There is a silver plougshare in the boltom right hand corner. There are three gold ears of wheat in the boltom left hand corner. There is a silver lime - tree barnch over the top of the shield. It has three leaves. Under the shield a band floats with a capcion: "SZUHAKÁLLÓ".

The stake and the bandage refer to the old importance of Szuhakálló: it was the customs of an important commercial route.

The plougshare and three ears of wheat are symbols. They are from the old seal. They identify the village. The double - cross refer to the importance of the church at present. The traditional mining - symbols; the wedge and hammer refer to the mining - industry, which takes important part of the village in recent past. The lime - tree branch with three leaves desires top kelp the memory of the "Ratold" nation which was the earliest owner in this area!

Pictures:

1. Day nursery with the mansion garden

2. Once the home of a lesser noble, this house is now a listed building

3. The Greek Orthodox church