Images based on the Heraldický Register Slovenskej Republiky I, 2000
- Pezinok, Pezinok district, Bratislava region - adopted 1991, based on
a seal from the 15th century.
Pezinok is 10 km NE of Bratislava with 15.000 inhabitants. It was made
a free royal town in 1647 and delivered to the royal court in return for
its royal privileges a yearly tribute of 150 buckets of wine. Gold mines
existed here until the last century. Pezinok (Hungarian: Bazin, German:
Bösing was in Pozsony (Slovakian: Prešporok) county in Hungary till 1918/1920
(Declaration of Martin). 1920-1938 Czechoslovakian, 1939-1945 Slovakian,
and 1945-1992 Czechoslovakian. City walls from 1643, City Hall (Renaissance),
Gothic Roman Catholic Church, Renaissance Pálffy Mansion.
István Molnár, 22 Jun 2000
Pezinok has a Vert shield the Virgin Mary Immaculata in cloth Vert and
Coat Gules, Crowned. Standing on crescent Argent pointed downwards and
on sphere or, all within a aureole Or ( with straight and flamy rays).
Aleš Křižan, 22 Jan 2001
Pezinok Coat of Arms
from http://www.tatrahome.sk/revue/erby/ . (!Link does not work any more!)