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 description of the settlement’s coat-of-arms is as follows:
In chief azure a stork argent is borne. This motif is to symbolise the new institutions and establishments of the settlement.
In the fess on the dexter side a stylised bunch of grapes is borne, azure, leaved vert. This charge is a reference to local viniculture. At fess point a stylised ploughshare is borne, argent; a charge, referring to local agriculture, as well as to the past of the settlement, whereas the same charge appears on an old print seal of the village, going back to the year 1697. In the fess on the sinister side three stylised ears of corn are borne. They also symbolise agricultural work.
Base: party per fess with nine bendlets, gules and argent respectively. The red and white colours refer to those of the homespun fabric of the Sárköz region. The blue stripe above them symbolises the brook Báta and it is topped by a triple mound, vert. The motif of the three hills symbolises the slopes and the vineyards of the settlement.
Above the shield the inscription Őcsény is borne in upper case letters, sable.