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This is the new flag of the city of Khanty-Mansyisk.
Pascal Gross, 21 Aug 2005
we can see the flag of Khanty-Mansiysk, capital city of
Khanti-Mansy autonomous okrug. The image of the arms is available at
Pascal Gross, 12 Dec 2000
In a photo taken
at the 2003 biathlon world championships in Khanty-Mansiysk it appears several
times (also district and federal
flags are visible).
Pascal Gross, 17 Mar 2003
The flag was adopted by City parliament on 6, September, 2000.
Author of design was E. Ûrhin. The flag consists of three horizontal
equal stripes: blue, white and green. Three white snow-flakes and
flying crane (стерх) placed in
canton. Ratio 2:1
Victor Lomantsov, 10 Mar 2003
The flag of the town of Khanty-Mansiysk is a rectangular width divided
into the three equal stripes horizontally (the upper stripe is blue; the
central stripe is white; the lower stripe is green) with the element in the
left upper part of the composition representing the white bird (white crane)
with the outspread wings taken from the emblem of the town of Khanty-Mansiysk.
Against the blue background above the white bird there are three white flakes
of snow. The ratio of the height of the flag (staff) to the total length is
1:2. The ratio of the distance from the staff to the geometric centre of the
image of the white bird, the width and height of the image of the white bird
is respectively 3 : 4,11 : 40,1 : 8. With the vertical location (handing up,
reproduction) of the flag the blue stripe is located to the left from a
spectator. The symbology of the flag of the town reproduces the symbology
of the emblem of the town.
Dov Gutterman, 19 Oct 2002, quoting from http://www.hmao.wsnet.ru/english/powerE/common/chm/flag.htm
On Heraldica’s website,
a new flag for Kanthy-Mansiysk city is reported in December
2002 and the description in Russian seems to agree with the flag I’ve
seen (on TV) in the 2003 biathlon world championships in Khanty-Mansiysk.
Pascal Gross, 16 Mar 2003
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