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Maloyaroslavyets city (Kaluga Region, Russia)

g. Maloâroslavec

Last modified: 2014-06-07 by zoltán horváth
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г. Малоярославец

Maloyaroslavyets city flag
image by Pascal Gross, 09 Mar 2002
See also:

Other sites:

  • Official page where a zip file of the flag of Malojaroslavets city is avaliable
    reported by Pascal Gross, 09 Mar 2002


About the flag

Maloyaroslavyets is in Kaluga region, southwest of Moscow, at 55.00°N, 36.28°E.
Jarig Bakker, 09 Mar 2002

There is a connection with Yarolsavl’ city (situated 400 km NNE, opposite to Moscow) as Maloâroslavec means something like "little [or lesser] yaroslavian". The flag reflects this by re-using Yarolsav’s famous halebard-bearing bear.
António Martins, 22 Dec 2002 and 22 Dec 2005

The red “wolf teeth” border, I guess, stands for the local red clay brick citadel.
António Martins, 22 Dec 2005


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