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 Újiráz
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(Hajdú-Bihar County)

The Description of the Coat of Arms:

Broken arc shield party per fess and party per pale surrounded by the Episcopal symbols referring to the founder:

Cope reaching down to the lower third of the shield, above the shield the mitre, on both sides the crook turned towards the shield.

The cope and the mitre purpure, the crook or.

In dexter chief azure a barrier vert showing the name of Iráz, above it a cloud white, sky azure, in front of it wheat-sheaf or.

Under it, the dexter base is wavy striped azure and or referring to the nearness of the Sebes-Körös. In sinister chief turquoise the mountain symbolizing belonging to Bihar, above it a tobacco leaf referring to the job of the first settlers.

In the sinister baze azure under two four-leafed bulrush roofs a fish swimming to dexter , above it a fish swimming to sinister which symbolizes belonging to Sárrét.