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Ruzinov (Slovakia)

Bratislava II okres, Bratislava region

Last modified: 2002-12-28 by jarig bakker
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Ružinov flag

[Ruzinov flag] by Ivan Sache, 10 Jan 2001, after image from this site, reported by Jarig Bakker, 9 Jan 2001

Ružinov is a southeastern suburb of Bratislava.
Description and explanation at this page.
Flag: red (1/9), white (1/9), yellow (2/9), red (1/9), yellow (2/9), white (1/9) red (1/9). proportions 2:3
Ružinov has several symbols:
erb - CoA; Pečať - seal; Vlajka - flag; Zástava - long flag; Koruhva - banner; Kombinovaná - probably CoA on flag; Štandarda starostu - mayor's flag, a stylized banner of arms.
Jarig Bakker, 9 Jan 2001

Ruzinov is the union of the eastern parts of Bratislava city and Prievoz village. Prievoz was united with Bratislava in 1946. Prievoz (Hungarian: Főrév, German: Oberufer) was a German (77%) - Hungarian (18%) village in Pozsony (Slovakian: Prešporok) district of Pozsony county of Hungary till 1918/1920 (Czechoslovakian occupation). 1920-1939 Czechoslovakian, 1939-1944 Slovakian and 1945-1992 Czechoslovakian. In 1946 the settlement was absorbed by Bratislava.
István Molnár, 14 Jan 2001

Ružinov CoA

[Ruzinov CoA] image from this site, reported by Jarig Bakker, 9 Jan 2001

The district's CoA is related to the symbols of Prievoz (in Hungarian Főrév, in German Oberufer)
István Molnár, 14 Jan 2001