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Subdivisions of Yamal Nenetsia (Russia)

Last modified: 2002-12-20 by antonio martins
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Introduction

Note the often use of serration lines in the familiar shape following the Yamalo-Nenetsian flag, itself a stylization of the antler crown found also in the flags of Khantia-Mansia and Tyumen Region (the latter encompassing all this) and some other local flags.
António Martins, 27 Jan 2002


Gubkinskiy city
(Gubkinskiĭ | Губкинский, a county subject city)

[Flag of Gubkinskiy city]
by Pascal Gross, 26 Jan 2002

From http://adm.purpe.ru/images/flag1.gif.
Pascal Gross, 26 Jan 2002

A pretty colorful and handsome flag of Russia's newest town: Gubkinskiy, located in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Established in 1986, legalized in 1988.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 25 Jan 2002

Undoubtedly an yamalian flag, with the Tyumen’s “antler crown” motive stylized just like in the Yamal-Nenetsia aut. flag.
António Martins, 28 Nov 2002

The symbol at top hoist reminds me of a petrochemical industry logo, which may be not far from the truth — this region being one of Russia’s main oil and gas extraction centers.
António Martins, 27 Jan 2002


Tazovskiy county
(Tazovskiĭ raĭon | Тазовский район)

[Cravatte «tasuˮ Âvaʼ»]
[Flag of Tazovskiy county]
by António Martins, 28 Nov 2002

Presentation

Tazovskiy county lyes high in the northern hemisphere, behind the Polar circle. Coordinates of the regional centre (urban type settlement Tazovskiy) are 67,5°N 78,6°E. The territory is made of peninsulas: Tazovskiy (a.k.a. Small Yamal), Gydan, Mamont, Yavaj; and islands: OleniY, Shokalskogo, Neupokoyeva, Velnitskogo and Damned islands. The area has 174 000 km2 with 16 300 inhabitants in five settlements, including 6200 in Tazovskiy city.

Taz-river basin natives call it the Tasu-Yam-yaha — the yellow large river. The Russian state arrived at Tazovskiy peninsula in the 16th century and set a sable fur trade post, soon ruined. Second settlement in 1883: factory Khalmer-S*d* (nenets for "tombs on hills") is founded. Soviet Russia, in December 10, 1930, creates Yamalo-Nenets national (later autonomous) district and within it Tazovskiy rajon with the centre in village Khalmer-S*d* — renamed Tazovskiy in 1949.

Mikhail Revnivtsev, 11 Jun 2002, based on http://fakttv.ru/region/power/

Coat of arms

[Arms of Tazovskiy county]
by Mikhail Revnivtsev, 11 Jun 2002