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image by Zoltan Horvath, 4 January 2010
On 1 May, 1999, a part of the town, Berente, left
Kazincbarcika and became an independent village again.
Zoltán Turay, 5 January 2005
Kazincbarcika is the third largest city of
Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county, Northern Hungary. It lies in the
valley of the river Sajó, 20 km (12 mi) away from the county
Regulations on the Coat of Arms and flag of town (in Hungarian) at <www.onkportal.hu>.
Description of Coat of Arms (in English) at <www.nemzetijelkepek.hu>.
Zoltan Horvath, 4 January 2010
image by István Molnár
Source: A magyar városok címerei (Coat of Arms of the Hungarian cities and towns); 1975
image from <www.kazincbarcika.hu>, located by István Molnár
Standing triangular golden shield, with two small waved blue fesses are run through in the middle of it. Within this shield, there are three smaller blue armorial bearings, which forms are identical with the large shield. Two can be found in the upper quarter and one in the under quarter.
Emblazonry of these:
The first is a plant pattern, which spring up from a silver heart.
The second is a flying ploughiron, below a silver oak tree.
The third is a silver mailed male arm, which hold cluster of grapes in his hands, with stars above and below of it.
The supporters: Brown lion on the lefl side and brown unicorn on the right side, they stand on a green plant adomment. A ribbon impends from this adornment, with Kazincbarcika lettering.
István Molnár, 5 March 2001