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Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz Respublikasy, Kirghizia

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[flag of Bishkek] by Pascal Gross

Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, apparently has a light blue flag with a logo. The logo shows a tower with the city name. On the tower is a square (standing on a corner). In the square is a circle with a snow leopard (panthera uncia).

Bishkek was Frunze from 1926 to 1991, and Pishpek before that.
Ole Andersen and Pascal Gross, 23 September 2000

City of Osh

[flag of Osh] by Valentin Poposki

The City of Osh, Oshskaya Oblast, Kyrgyzstan, adopted its flag on 25.10.2011: Author of the flag is Adil Sabirov. The broken line represents the Sulayman-Too mountains, the red device is "tunduk yurt", blue symbolizes freedom and white justice and perfectionism.
Valentin Poposki, 22 November 2011

City of Kara-Balta

[flag of Karabalta] by Valentin Poposki

The flag of the City of Kara-Balta, Chuyskaya Oblast, Kyrgyzstan, is green with city coat of arms on it :
Valentin Poposki, 23 November 2011

Translation from
The upper border of the shield representing the fortifications of the city of old. Green stands for life and rejuvenation; well that might then be valid for the flag as well. The Tundruk in the centre is an ancient Kyrgyzian symbol, symbolising peace and being part of the universe. Behind it the three peaks of the Alatau, light by sun rising behind them, symbolising the uniqueness of the area. On both sides of the Tundruk ears of wheat, in base merging together with the tundruk to form a pinion, symbolising the developing processing industries. In chief the sunlight highlights the name of the city, above which a black rider. In base near the edge, the date (year' the city was formally created. The lower edge of the shield is in Kyrgyzian ornament.
The initiative to adopt arms was taking on the occasion of the city's 25 year of existence, followed by the procedure.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 8 January 2012

City of Karakol

[flag of Karakol] by Valentin Poposki

Here is the flag of the City of Karakol, Ysykkul'skaya Oblast, Kyrgyzstan:
The flag has a sky-blue color is a symbol of purity and the open sky, and Lake Ysykkul, on the shore of which lies the town of Karakol. In the center of the flag is the emblem of the element composition of the central city of "Sun and horned deer," symbolizing the rising sun silhouettes waves, indicating the lake and river, Karakol Ysykkul. Sun, heat and light, water-life. The head of a deer, a symbol of beauty and nobility. Mature branches of horns speak of the historical period, the young branches - the present and future development of the city. The sun and the head of a deer has a light lemon (Strontium), a color that fits well with the blue background of the flag.
Valentin Poposki, 23 November 2011

Karakol, formerly Przhevalsk, is fourth largest city in Kyrgyzstan, near the eastern tip of Issyk Kul Lake in Kyrgyzstan, about 150 kilometres (93 mi) from the Kyrgyzstan-China border and 380 kilometres (240 mi) from the capital Bishkek. It is the administrative capital of Issyk Kul Province.
Jens Pattke, 30 December 2011

Region of Talas

[flag of Talas region] by Falko Schmidt

Information about flag of Region of Talas in Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan) found at
Flag of Region of Talas adopted on August, 8, 1998 by Decision of Talassian Regional Kenesh (Council) of People's Deputies #19/4 Author of this flag is Osmanaliev Zaynidin.
Mikhail Revnivtsev, 26 November 2003

[new flag of Talas region] by Valentin Poposki

It seems that Talas region changed its flag. Different image is shown on the official region site [see image above]
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2006

Chuy Province

[flag of Chuy Province] by Mello Luchtenberg

The flag of Chuy Province, in Kyrgyzstan, consists of three horizontal stripes of white-green-yellow, and regional emblem on the hoist, on the white stripe. You can see it on the official regional website:\1.
Valentin Poposki, 21 December 2009

[flag of Chuy region Vertical Version] by Mello Luchtenberg

Vertical version (after photo)
Valentin Poposki, 21 December 2009