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Zala County (Hungary)

Zala megye

Last modified: 2004-12-30 by dov gutterman
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by Zeljko Heimer



See also:

Municipalities (257 settlements, including 7 towns and 2 cities):

Cities (not part of the county):

Towns:

Other Municipalities in FOTW:


County Flag

Ratio: 1:2. Adopted: 1990. Capital: Zalaegerszeg . Always hoisted vertically
The arms are the same as of former (Austrohungaroan) county of Zala (granted 1550), sometimes coloured Azure in place of Vert
Zeljko Heimer - from FAME

You can see a photo of Zala County flag at <www.zalamedia.hu>. The Res. No. 1/1991. (II.2.) of the G.A of Zala County about the Coat of Arms and the flag (in Hungarian) at <www.zala.hu/kozgy>.
István Molnár, 29 March 2001


Flag in Use


by Istvan Molnar, 27 August 2001

Flying flag at the Conquest Statue, Opusztaszer NHP. Ratio: 3:1. The width of the Coat of Arms is the 1/3 of the width of the flag. The Coat of Arms is on the 1/3 of the flag's height. The inscription is gold.
Istvan Molnar, 27 August 2001


Flag of the Insurrectionists of Zala County (1660)

Flag of the insurrectionists of Zala County, 1660, Hungary. The photo was taken by me at the Castle of Lendava/Lendva, Slovenis.
István Molnár, 3 August 2001


Municipalities Coat of Arms

Hévíz town: <www.balaton.net/heviz.htm> and <www.evip.hu/Heviz/heviz1.htm>.
Balatongyörök village: <www.balaton.net/bgyorok.htm> and <www.evip.hu/Gyorok/gyorok1.htm>.
Cserszegtomaj village: <www.evip.hu/Cserszeg/cserszeg1.htm>.
Felsőpáhok village: <www.evip.hu/Felsopahok/felsopahok1.htm>.
Gyenesdiás village: <www.balaton.net/gyenesdi.htm> and <www.evip.hu/Gyenes/gyenes1.htm>.
Karmacs village: <www.evip.hu/Karmacs/karmacs1.htm>.
Nemesbük village: <www.evip.hu/Nemesbuk/nemesbuk1.htm>.
Rezi village: <www.evip.hu/Rezi/rezi1.htm>.
Vonyarcvashegy village: <www.balaton.net/vvashegy.htm> and <www.evip.hu/Vonyarc/vonyarc1.htm>.
István Molnár, 16 August 2001 and 30 January 2002


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