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 Egyházasfalu [¤]
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Egyházasfalu

(The County of Győr-Moson-Sopron)

The village of Egyházasfalu came into being from the union of the four smaller settlements of Egyházasfalu, Dasztifalu, Kisgógánfa and Keresztény.

Accordingly, the coat of arms of the settlement was created from the contemporary seals of the original four villages.

Dasztifalu’s seal featured the inscription BAZTI as well as two wild flowers with a ploughshare, edged sinister, borne between them.

Gógánfa: In its seal a flower is borne issuing from a heart and the initials G.F. are borne above this motif. Below the shield seal is decorated with palm leaves.

Keresztény: SIGILUM KEREZTENI. Oval shield potent with a bend sinister in it. In bend a ploughshare is borne encouped and with its edge turning upwards. Above the shield the figure of a winged angel is borne.

Egyházasfalu. A narrow ploughshare is borne in it between two wild flowers, encouped.

The coat of arms of Egyházasfalu is a square shield quarterly, vert and or. Sinister chief features the charges of Dasztifalu, dexter chief is based on the the emblem of Gógánfa, while sinister base resembles the shield of Keresztény and the dexter base features the motives of the seal of Egyházasfalu.