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 Fityeház bears all the characteristics of those Croatian settlements which are situated by the Mura river. The motives and tinctures of the shield are all in accordance with the general rules of heraldry.
The main charge, the oak motif is a reminder of the settlement's natural environment. The oak is the symbol of life force. The blue wavy line, which divides the shield into two parts, is the symbol of the Mura river, on both banks of which Croatian people live and work. Thus the red and white checky field, which occupies the dexter side of the shield, was taken from the Croatian national flag. These colours, when considered together with the green on the sinister side of the shield, represent the Hungarian national colours. Shield is framed or, a colour, which symbolises the love and affection local people feel toward their homeland.