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Orbottyan (Pest, Hungary)

Őrbottyán város

Last modified: 2015-01-23 by zoltán horváth
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Őrbottyán is a town in Pest county, Hungary. Bottyán is an old Hungarian given name for boys, meaning mace. Prefix Őr literally means "guard" in Hungarian and refers to the nearby hill Őrhegy, which was a fortress in the middle ages. The today settlement was created in 1970 with the unification of two small villages, named Őrszentmiklós and Vácbottyán. It became town in 2013.
Zoltan Horvath, 02 January 2015

The Flag

Its flag consists of three horizontal stripes which are blue, white and blue. The coat of arms is placed in the middle of the white stripe. It is red-white striped, and a golden bell is depicted on a blue field, representing the bellfounding. This foundry is a local manufacture. The shield is flanked by an ear of wheat and a grape leave.
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Zoltan Horvath, 02 January 2015

Coat of Arms

image by Zoltan Horvath, 02 January 2015