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Kamenicna (Slovakia)

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Kamenična flag

[Kamenicna flag] by István Molnár, 18 May 2001

Kamenična (in Hungarian: Keszegfalva = 'Bleak Village') has 1.759 inhabitants (82,9% Hungarian; 1990 census). The village was in Csallóközi district of Komárom/Komárno county of Hungary till 1919/1920. 1920-1938 Czechoslovakian, 1938-1944 Hungarian. The Treaty of Paris (1947) reallocated it to Czechoslovakia. The flag is on this site.
István Molnár, 18 May 2001

Kamenična Coa

[Kamenicna Coat of Arms] image from this website, reported by István Molnár, 18 May 2001

The Coat of Arms of the municipality: In blue shield there is an or (yellow) fish. Form of the shield: gothic

The origin of the CoAt Arms is the original seal of the village (without date). It can be seen in the Altenburger Seal Collection in Budapest. The seal with inscription KESZEGFALVAI   KÖZSÉG  PETSÉTJE  shows a carp (maybe). The colors have been selected to suit heraldic specifications. The form of the shield has been selected because this form is simple.
István Molnár, 18 May 2001

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