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Chita Region (Russia)

Ĉitinskaâ oblasth

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Читинская область

Flag of Chita Region
image by António Martins, 18 Feb 1999
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Presentation of Chita Region

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  • Name (english): Chita Region • (russian): Читинская область | Ĉitinskaâ oblasth
  • Capital (russian): Чита | Ĉita • (english): Chita
  • Area: 412 500 km2 (≅159 200 sq.mi.) • Population: 1 170 300 inhabitants in 2000  (these figures not including Aghin Buriatia)
  • Status: Region (область | oblasth) within the Russian Federation
  • Federal District: Siberia • Economic region: East Siberia
  • License plate code: 75 • Ham radio code: CT • ISO 3166-2 code: CHI
  • Flag adopted on 1995.12.22 • Coat of arms adopted on 1995.12.22

Description of the flag

The law about Flag and Coat of arms of Chita Region was adopted on 22.12.1995.
Michael Simakov, quoting the Official region website

Alternate flag

Alternate flag of Chita Region
image by António Martins, 16 Nov 1998

Horizontal 1:2 tricolor of yellow-red-green, but the yellow stripe cover half of the flag, as displayed at the Catalonian Vexillological Association’s on-line database on Russian flags, at
António Martins, 16 Nov 1998

(Borzâ | Борзя)

flag of Borzâ
image by Pascal Gross, 13 Mar 2003

Flag adopted 17 March, 2000. Ratio 2:3. There is a crane in the hoist part of the flag.
Pascal Gross, 13 Mar 2003