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Khabarovsk Territory (Russia)

Qabarovskiĭ kraĭ

Last modified: 2006-07-29 by antonio martins
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Хабаровсский край

Khabarovsk flag
image by António Martins, Jul 1999

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Presentation of Khabarovsk Territory

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  • Name (english): Khabarovsk Territory • (russian): Хабаровсский край | Qabarovskiĭ kraĭ
  • Capital (russian): Хабаровск | Qabarovsk • (english): Khabarovsk
  • Area: 788 600 km2 (≅304 400 sq.mi.) • Population: 1 506 700 inhabitants in 2000
  • Status: Territory (край | kraĭ) within the Russian Federation
  • Federal District: Far-East • Economic region: Far East
  • License plate code: 27 • Ham radio code: HK • ISO 3166-2 code: KHA
  • Flag adopted on 1994.07.14 • Coat of arms adopted on unkn. date

Description of the flag

The flag of the Russian Krai Khabarovsk was adopted 14 july 1994. It is white over blue, with a dark green triangle on the hoist, the point of the triangle 90 degrees. Proportions of the flag 2:3.
Mark Sensen, 14 Jul 1996

Unofficial flag of 1992-1993

Unofficial flag of 1992-1993
image by António Martins, 25 Jan 2001

In 1992 or 1993 some regions self upgraded to constituent republics, and used ephemeral unofficial flags. One of the main republics was Khabarovks, flag diagonal white - blue - red.
Jaume Ollé, 15 Apr 2000

This flag is remarkably similar to the current flag of (neighbouring) Maritime Territory
António Martins, 11 Oct 2002

I’m sure that this flag is a fiction. I don’t know who is author… It was adopted never and existed never.
Victor Lomantsov, 17 Apr 2000

Civic heraldry of Khabarovsk Territory

In the region two cities have approved arms: Chabarovsk and Komsomol’sk na Amur. The source book shows Russian civic arms and dates from early 1998.
Ralf Hartemink, 10 Mar 1999

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