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 Újtelek [¤]
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(County Bács-Kiskun)

The coat of arms of Újtelek is a shield erect with a pointed base. It bears: azure, issuing from a field vert a church argent tiled gules, topped with a cross or. In front of it a stylised tulip gules. Flanking the church on the dexter and on the sinister a house argent tiled gules and adorned with two knobs or each respectively.

Supporter: two arms or folding in a handshake, in the fields azure the dates 1986 and 1991 argent. Across the top a five-pointed coronet or.

Our settlement Újtelek is a young village. It formed in 1986 with the unification of Résztelek and Keserütelek and became an independent village in 1991. The symbols in the coat of arms also want to commemorate this union.

The houses on the two sides of the church symbolise the settlements of Résztelek and Keserütelek. The stylised tulip in front of the church refers to the rich folklore of the area. The coronet across the top of the shield evokes the Millennium (the thousand years of the Hungarian state), for it was Astric, Archbishop of Kalocsa, who brought the royal crown from Pope Sylvester II to our first king. The area of Újtelek used to belong to the town of Kalocsa and it was first settled by families originating from that town.