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Subdivisions of Perm Region (Russia)

Last modified: 2003-07-18 by antonio martins
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Although several cities, towns and even villages in the Perm Oblast’ adopted (or restored) arms, only two of them unfurled their own flags: Dobryanka and Berezinka.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 21 Jul 2001

Byeryezniki town
(Berezniki | Березники, a county-status city)

[Flag of Berezniki town]
by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 06 Apr 2002

This flag is flag of Berezniki. Blue stripe symbolizes the river Kama three crystals of salt symbolize a production of salt.
Victor Lomantsov, 06 Apr 2002

Berezinka adopted officially arms and flag in 2000. Flag:Three horizontal stripes, middle one light blue (azure), the other two — white. On the middle stripe, three stones taken from the arms. Flag proportions 2:3 Relation of the width of the flag to the middle stripe 7:3
Chrystian Kretowicz, 21 Jul 2001

[Arms of Berezniki town]
by Chrystian Kretowicz, 21 Jul 2001

Arms: Silver shield, on it, diagonally, light blue (azure) stripe symbolizing the Great River Kama along shores of which the town of Berezinka is located. On that stripe, three silver crystals of the mineral Silvina considered to be a local treasure. In the right upper corner of the shield is small symbol of Perm Oblast’.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 21 Jul 2001

Chusovoy town
(Ĉusovoĭ | Чусовой, a county-status city)

The flag of the town was adopted in february 2000 by municipal parliament. The flag is white with coat of arms in the centre. Coat of arms — blue field, an ancient ship on three wavy “dark-blue” stripes. Three stripes is a symbol of three rivers which merge in this place.
Victor Lomantsov, 28 Mar 2000,
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Dobryanka city
(Dobrânka | Добрянка, a county subject city)

[Flag of Dobra^nka city]
by António Martins, 02 May 2000

It is a flag of the small town Dobryanka (in Perm Region of Russia, about 60 km to north from Perm). Designers: A. P. Zyryanov, L. A. Kolchanova. Coat of arms and flag were designed in 1997. (Were they adopted officially? I don’t know.) Coat of arms: azure, a church Argent, in chief sinister the cyrillic letter "D" Or. Blue (azure) colour symbolizes the river Kama and it’s Reservoir.
Victor Lomantsov, 28 Mar 2000

As of 1980, Dobra^nka was a city, center of a county of the same name but itself dettached from it (usual situation), being a «city subjected to a region».
António Martins, 02 May 2000

[Flag of Dobra^nka city]
by António Martins, 02 May 2000

At, the text is not consistent with the image.
Jorge Candeias, 28 Mar 2000

In descriptions: shield per fess, 1) coat of arms of Perm, 2) azure, a church Argent, in chief sinister a cyrillic letter "D" Or. This construction of civic arms (with arms of provincial centre in upper part) is used in Russia since 1780ths. But in fact shields without provincial arms in upper part are used (since 1850ths) very often. The shield with prov. arms looks “old”.
Victor Lomantsov, 30 Mar 2000

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Perm’ city
(Permh | Пермь, a county-status city)

[Flag of Perm city]
by Jaume Ollé, 08 Jan 1997

Perm (city). 8 june 1999 the Regulations on Flag of Perm were adopted. The flag of the city is red with main elements of the coat of arms — white bear passant with gold Gospel on his back, above — the white cross rect formy. The bear “goes” to staff.
Victor Lomantsov, 28 Mar 2000,
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