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 Ipolytarnóc
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Ipolytarnóc

(The County of Nógrád)

Shield erect and party per fess with a wavy bend azure. Its base is pointed. In chief gules on a mound vert the charge of a chapel is borne, or. Its open gate is sable, on the ridge a Latin cross, or. On its two sides some details of a mound are seen, all vert.

In base argent the styílised depiction of a pine tree vert is borne in the middle. Behind it, partially covered, a valley is borne, vert.

Shield is adorned by a three-pointed verdured crown, from behind of which acanthus leaves are falling down on both sides, azure and or.

Below the shield a swallow-tailed ribbon or, folded into four, with the settlement’s name IPOLYTARNÓC, fand the date 13 – 32 borne in it in letters sable.

The golden chapel, which can be seen on the facade of St. Anne’s chapel, is a reference to Christianity and the historical past of the settlement.

The mound below the chapel symbolises the geographical characteristics of the settlement as well as the proximity o the Carpathian mountains.

The wavy blue bend recalls the Ipoly river.

The pine tree borne above an undulating green mound is the emblem of the petrified ancient pine, while the valley in the settlement’s coat of arms is the symbol of Borókás, where the pine tree is to be found.

The golden crown refers to the deed of gift of 1275 by King László IV, by which he conferred the nobiliary title on the Bory family.