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 Uszód
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Uszód

(The County of Bács-Kiskun)

Triangular shield erect, field azure party per fess with a bend vert and or. From bend vert six poplars erect, their height decreases towards the middle of the shield. Between the trees branches of poplars. In chief an eye in a triangle or is borne encouped. The symbol represents the Holy Trinity. Under the shield on a wavy bend azure and or the inscription 1.7.1.7. is read.

The symbolic meaning of the coat of arms:

The coat of arms depicts the dam around the village protecting the village from the Danube, and the flora of the territory. Poplar trees are important elements of our neighbouring territories. During the Ottoman rule, the villagers found shelter in such forests. These forests were so important, that in 1717, they became the master figures of the seal of the village. This picture has a symbolic meaning as well: Poplars provide protection for the growing generations of the village, the strong protects the weak. God also helps the villagers in their everyday life.