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 settlement’s coat of arms can be described as follows:
Shield erect and party per fess, its base party per pale and rounded. In field gules the demi-figure of St. Catherine is issuing from the line of partitioning; the saint’s figure is habited argent and haloed or. With dexter hand she is leaning against a broken ploughshare sable and in her dexter hand the saint is holding a Latin cross or. In dexter chief a six-pointed star or. In dexter base vert a vinestock with a bunch of grapes and two leaves, all or and borne encouped. In sinister base three ears of corn or are borne encouped and leaved; they are tied into a bunch The name of the settlement ’LÁZI’ is inscribed below the shield in letters sable and contoured sable. Inscription is flanked by motives of oak leaves, vert and acorned or.
The charges in the settlement’s coat of arms can be interpreted as follows:
St. Catherine is the patron saint of the village church and her figure is deeply esteemed by Lázi’s inhabitants. The grape as well as the ears of corn symbolise the agricultural activities, typically done by the village people. The main tinctures in the settlement’s coat of arms – gules-argent.vert – are reminders of the Hungarian national colours.
The village of Lázi can be briefly introduced as follows:
The settlement is located in Győr-Sopron-Moson County, in the undulating north-eastern area of the Bakony region.
Written records cover 900 years of the settlement’s history, but the earliest phase of the history of the village remains obscure. Historically the land and the people of the village of Lázi almost uninterruptedly belonged to the Abbey of Pannonhalma. Throughout the settlement’s history the most significant characteristic features of Lázi’s inhabitants always were vitality and life force The village was burnt down by the Turkish invaders on three occasions and spontaneous great fires also devastated it, still, Lázi was always rebuilt by its inhabitants.
There were times when Lázi was considered a significant settlement compared with its neighbouring villages. The communist period in the settlement’s history did not bring much progress. There were no employment possibilities in the neighbourhood and the working age inhabitants left the village. Lázi was an aging settlement in this period. It is still not an attractive place for the younger generations
Lázi is part of the geographical region of Bakonyalja. Its soil as well as its hill slopes make it a suitable place for agriculture, especially for growing vine and fruits. Agriculture is the main occupation of inhabitants today as well. The entrepreneurial sphere is not significant at Lázi; this is why the working age inhabitants mostly commute from the village to nearby towns.
Life is quiet and peaceful in this settlement. Lázi is infrastucturally well equipped and easily accessible from trunk road No. 82. It takes only 30 minutes to drive to Lázi from Győr, the county seat. The Tatabánya-Pápa railway line also runs through the settlement. On June 30th 1999 Lázi seceded from Veszprém County and it became a settlement of Győr-Moson-Sopron County. On January 1, 2003 Lázi established a joint notarial district with the neighbouring settlement of Tápszentmiklós.
The settlement maintains a kindergarten and a lower primary school for its children.