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Mlyniv (Rivne, Ukraine)

Last modified: 2004-08-07 by dov gutterman
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by Ivan Sache, 25 January 2003



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The Gonfalon

From the site of Ukrainian Heraldry:
"It was confirmed by village council at July, 11, 2001. The square yellow panel, from a staff to middle of free edge passes a dark blue wedge, on which is yellow mill wheel (in diameter in 1/3 sides of a flag, the axis of a wheel passes on distance in 1/4 sides of a flag from a staff). The authors are Yu.Terlets'kyi and A.Grechylo.
Source: Andriy Grechylo, Yuriy Terletskyi: COATS-OF-ARMS AND FLAGS OF TOWNS AND VILLAGES IN RIVNE OBLAST."
Dov Gutterman, 17 January 2003

Note that the diameter must be understood as the outer diameter of the wheel, excluding the vanes.
Ivan Sache, 25 January 2003


Coat of Arms


from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry

From the site of Ukrainian Heraldry:
"It was confirmed by village council at July, 11, 2001. In an or field on the sable ground is a sable wooden mill with or seams, a gules roof and a or mill wheel, above an argent wavy beam also become azure a basis. The authors are Yu.Terlets'kyi and A.Grechylo. The mill specifies the name of settlement, azure color symbolizes rich local reservoirs, and or (on a flag - yellow) personifies generosity and well-being.
Source: Andriy Grechylo, Yuriy Terletskyi: COATS-OF-ARMS AND FLAGS OF TOWNS AND VILLAGES IN RIVNE OBLAST."
Dov Gutterman, 17 January 2003


The Village

From the site of Ukrainian Heraldry:
"The name of a settlement connects to water mills on Ikva river. The first written mention about Mlyniv is known from end of XV century when great Lithuanian prince Olexander has presented settlement to Moskvytyn Bobr. In the certificate at 1562 appears already as city. Under the royal privilege 1789 the city received the sanction to realization of four annual fairs."
Dov Gutterman, 17 January 2003