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Artemivs'k (Donets'k, Ukraine)

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by Antonio Martins, 12 September 1999

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The Gonfalon

from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry :
"On 7 August 1996 the session of City Council approved the gonfalon: a rectangular canvas with a ratio of the parties 2:3. The gonfalon consists of three vertical equal stripes - crimson, green and dark blue - with the white chemical symbol of salt in the centre. "
Phil Nelson, 7 July 1999

Reported WRONG Gonfalon

by Antonio Martins, 4 December 1999

The flag of Artemovsk was reported wrong at Ukrainian Heraldry site - the central line in circle must be vertical instead horizontal. Andrew Rukkas from the Heraldry Assn. reported first the wrong flag and later he corrected it.
Jaume Olle' ,19 September 1999 and 11 December 1999

According to <> ,the line is horizontal and not vertical, so Jaume's report is probably wrong.
Dov Gutterman, 27 January 2002

Coat of Arms

from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry :
"The Coat of Arms of the Russian period was confirmed on 29 July 1811. In a per fess with vert and sable shield is the picture of a chemical sign of salt - the reason for the foundation of the town. On 27 March 1996, town council session confirmed the Coat of Arms of 1811 as an official symbol."
Phil Nelson , 7 July 1999

The City

from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry :
"City in Doneck (Donets'k) Oblast. It is mentioned as a Cossacks lodge Bakhmuts'ka in 1571. Since 1712 it is known under the name of Bakhmut. The same year the extraction of salt began in its neighborhood."
Phil Nelson , 7 July 1999

In 'Ukraine, A Historical Atlas' by P. R. Magocsi (1987): Bakhmut was the center of 'Slavic Serbia', where Serbian and other Balkan immigrants were settled (probably to work the saltmines) c. 1750.
Jarig Bakker , 12 July 1999