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 Ipacsfa
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Ipacsfa

(Baranya County)

The coat-of-arms of the village is a contoured shield or with a point at its bottom. On the shield written in Times New Roman capital letters is the inscription IPACSFA, embraced with a thin sable contour. The text adjusts to the arch of the party on the shield. The shield is party per convex the upper field azure and the lower field vert. Above it an argent barrulet trimmed convex on its bottom and straight at the top. It holds a piece party per fess gules convex at the top and straight at the bottom.

Emblem: In the field azure of the shield seated on the party per fess gules concave symmetrically at the fess-point a vein of two conventional roosters facing each other.

It was a small village of the Ormánság with its 228 dwellers. A document from 1237 referred to it as a village belonging to a certain person called Ipacs. However, not sooner than 1554 is it mentioned as Ipacsfalu in written sources. Orginally the settlement was established alomgside the road to Drávaszabolcs, but ad the Turks arrived people moved to a more secure marshy part of the land and built the village in the present location. Through the period of the Turkish occupation it was inhabited by Hungarians. Its Protestant church was built in the 18th century.

Wappen der Gemeinde Ipacsfa

(Komitat Baranya)

Die 228 Einwohner zählende Gemeinde gehört zu den Kleingemeinden der Region Ormánság. Eine Urkunde aus dem Jahr 1237 bezeichnete den Ort als Besitz einer Person namens Ipacs. Der Name Ipacsfalu ist aber erst aus dem Jahr 1554 schriftlich belegt. Die Siedlung lag ursprünglich an dem Weg, der nach Drávaszabolcs führt, aber die Einwohner zogen sich zu Beginn der zurück und gründeten dort das heutige Dorf, das während der Türkenzeit kontinuierlich von Ungam bewohnt war. Die reformierte Kirche satmmt aus dem 18.Jh.