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Szodliget (Pest, Hungary)

Szõdliget község

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Not complete (see below)
by István Molnár, 7 Febuary 2001



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Overview

Sződliget is a village in Pest County in Hungary near to Town of Vác (5 km south) on the left bank of the River Danube. The village has got 3.887 inhabitants (1990 census), nearly all of them are Hungarians. Neighbouring settlements are: Vác and Göd towns, Pócsmegyer and Sződ villages. The settlement was founded in 1950 from the territory of Sződ village. The settlement is a summer resort.
About the coat of arms, I think the blue stripe relates to the Danube. Maybe the rosette shield relates to the Arpad Dinasty.
Date of adoption: 26 June 2000 by the No.7/2000 Resolution of the Community of Sződliget Village.
The images of the flags are not exactly correct since the 'Réde-style' inscription 'SZŐDLIGET' under the shield is missing.
István Molnár, 7 Febuary 2001


Vertical Flag


by István Molnár, 7 Febuary 2001


Coat of Arms


by István Molnár, 7 Febuary 2001


The Seal


by István Molnár, 7 Febuary 2001