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Taliandorogd (Veszprem County, Hungary)

Taliándörögd község

Last modified: 2023-06-03 by zachary harden
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image by Istvan Molnar, 29 November 2002

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Taliándörögd is a village in Veszprém county, Hungary near to the Lake Balaton. Neighbouring settlements are: Szoc, Sáska, Hegyesd, Monostorapáti, Kapolcs, Vigántpetend, Pula, Öcs and Halimba villages. The settlement has got 711 inhabitants (Hungarians; 2001 census). The first mention of the village is from 1248. In 1548 it was devastated by Turks and resettled in 1718. The village was the noble village - the origin of the coat of arms of the village is the coat of arms of the Vizeki Tallián Family. In blue field on the green plain there is a Hungarian warrior in red trousers and silver armour. In his right hand there is a flower of the village (in Hungarian: tavaszi hérics) The village was part of Zala county till 1950. The flag is gold-green. Ratio: 1:2. With swallowtail.
Latin name of the flower is Adonis vernalis L. (<>). In English: False Hellebore or Spring Adonis or Yellow Adonis or Yellow Pheasant's Eye or Ox-eye (<>).
Source: Mayor of the village, and my photos.
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Istvan Molnar, 29 November 2002