Last modified: 2006-07-29 by antonio martins
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Flag of Belgorod region is divided by a dark blue cross to
four equal parts — white, green, red and black; the coat of arms
of Belgorod region is on white part of the flag.
Yury Rocich, 01 and 04 Jun 2000
"Belgorod" means "white city" — one of the many colors present
in this flag… It is not what I would call a great design, but it sure
alliviates the dim trend of coats of arms on monocolor background that have
been plagueing the recent flag adoptions in Russia…
António Martins, 02 Jun 2000 and 25 Jan 2001 and 04 Oct 2002
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