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In 29 June 2000 Altai kray adopted a flag. Following other regions,
it adopted the pattern
of the old SSR Russia, with
arms in center. In the blue band is a spike of wheat. Blue and red parts
are separated by a very narrow band which is (of course) white.
Jaume Ollé, 09 Aug 2000
In Vexilologie 120 [vex]:
2245-2246, there is an article by Mikhail Revnivtsev
about some Russian regional flags [rev01].
It says the blue and red stripes are 1:5, there is no white
stripe, the ear should be yellow (i.e. probably without red pattern).
Jan Zrzavy, 17 Jul 2001
(Note: You need an Unicode-aware software and font to correctely view the cyrillic text on this page. See here transliteration details).
There are two Altay in Russian Federation:
Altai Republic and
Altai Territory. A few years ago Altai Republic
was the part of the Altai Territory, but now it is a
constituent republic of the Russian Federation.
Evgeny Ivanov 22 Apr 1998
Also there are the symbols combining symbolic of the arms and a flag, but
thus, the documents regulating their use are not known. Such are a flag in
studies of president of Republic Altai.
Sergey Filatov, 10 Oct 2005
Most of these flags are squarish (about 11:12),
rigid and fringed variants of the region (Governors) or Republic (Presidents)
flags with the regional emblem over all.
António Martins, 02 Oct 2005
The flag of Barnaul described in Statutes of Barnaul (Ustav)
adopted 16, November, 1995. The flag is light-blue with coat
of arms in the centre. Ratio 2:3. Light-blue colour symbolize
the river Ob, beauty of the city. Coat of arms of Barnaul
adopted in middle of XIX, when Barnaul was small town inside
Tomsk Governorat. The horse in city arms symbolize the city
of Tomsk (Tomsk arms: "Vert, a Horse
courant argent"), former administrative center of region.
Victor Lomantsov, 09 Mar 2003
A different version is
Jens Pattke, 28 Jan 2002
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