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Firm fordítóiroda Official Translations Ltd.Fair price. Quality. Availability.
Services Translation, official translation, proofreading
Description Translation bureau for English-Hungarian, English-German, Hungarian-German, German-Hungarian translations, specialization in law, trade, e-certified documents, reasonable prices, fast delivery
Prices 0,9 bis 1,4 Cent / stroke (all characters and spaces)
Payment methods bank transfer, online bank card payment, cash in Budapest 19. district
Accepted currencies Cash: HUF, EUR, USD, GBP, CHF; Bank transfer: all currencies
Delivery by e-mail, by mail or in person in the 19th district of Budapest
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staatswappen der ungarischen republik

The Coat of Arms of the Hungarian Republic

The "new" coat of arms, which is actually the older one, shows a double cross (patriarchal cross) on a triple hill, standing in a small crown. The double cross in the coat of arms dates from the 9th century, the three mountains (Tátra, Fátra, Mátra) from the early 14th century, the crown under the cross was added at the beginning of the 17th century. The double cross was integrated into the royal insignia by the first Christian king of Hungary, Stephen the Saint, at the time of Pope Sylvester II in the year 1000; it stood for the apostolic dignity of the Hungarian king. The Holy Crown on top is the result of the fusion of two different objects, the "Greek Crown" (Corona Graeca; an open hoop crown with ten pictorial plates) and the so-called "Latin Crown" (Corona Latina; two intersecting hoops with further enamel images).

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