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Mirnyi city (Yakutia, Russia)

g. Mirnyĭ

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г. Мирный

Mirnyi flag
image by António Martins, 10 Nov 2005
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About the flag

The flag is a (as usual of late) stylization of the arms, which are shown on line, and consists of a 1:2 horizontal tricolor of unequal stripes: light blue (3/4ths of the flag’s height), white (1/20ths), and green (1/5th); centered on the light blue stripe a large stylized diamond, from the key ornament of the arms; on the green stripe two other sylized diamonds (each made from four tiled squares set in cross); all these charges in white. The overall design and colors match those of the yakut flag. The official web image is in dark blue, much darker than the coat of arms, though the text says clearly "goluboĭ"; the official web image is also about 3:4, while the text gives 1:2. A very nice flag, anyway.
António Martins, 10 Nov 2005

About the city

This page is part of the Mirnyĭ municipal county administration website (full name: Администрация Муниципального Образования Мирнинский Район Республики Саха (Якутия)), but this flag is identified there only as «city flag». I suppose that it amounts to the same, as a m.o.r. ammalgamates what was previously in Russia (and in the Soviet Union) two separate administrations — g.r.p. (city) and county (if I fully understand this fairly new concept).
António Martins, 10 Nov 2005

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