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Not to be confused with the
Moldavians, the Mordovians are, like the
Mari, a Finno-Ugric people. A
Mordovian ASSR was created in 1934.
Stuart Notholt, 05 Oct 1995
It's always of interest to me shade of "маренового", so finally I found on
https://vk.com/topic-38050236_26375331?offset=0 some interesting description
on RGB 179,18,53. This is the new flag which compares with the photos.
Tomislav Šipek, 5 December 2019
image by Tomislav Šipek, 5 December 2019
Constitutional act No. 98/I about flag of Republic of Mordovia was accepted 30.3.1995 in Saransk:
Flag of republic has three horizontal stripes of brown-red, white and dark blue (1:2:1). In the centre is brown-red sun symbol. Proportions of flag being 1:2.Petr Exner, 30 Jan 1996
[See also the construction sheet from this law, sent by Petr Exner, 30 Jan 1996]
This flag, in medium blue, is listed under number 87 at the chart
Flags of Aspirant Peoples [eba94] as:
Mordovia (Mordovians) [Moksha] - Central Russia.».
Ivan Sache, 15 Sep 1999
According to Jiri Tenora [jtn02],
the sun symbol on the flag of Mordovia is divided into four parts
symbolizing the four Mordovian tribes.
Ivan Sache, 18 Apr 2002
Four 1st level Russian subdivisions use dark red as a major color of its
flags: Moscow City, Mordovia,
Chuvashia and Mariy El.
António Martins, 08 Dec 2006
Constitutional act No. 92-I about coat of arms of Republic of Mordovia was accepted 30.3.1995 in Saransk:
In the centre of coat of arms is shield (brown-red, white, dark blue) with little shield of Saransk in its centre.Petr Exner, 30 Jan 1996
In the number 2/2001 of Alkukoti I found an interesting map chart
[alk01] with the living areas and flags
of the different Finno-Ugric peoples. It shows a simple white-red-black
triband for the Erza Mordovians (one of the two related Mordovian tribes; the
other one is Moksha).
Marco Pribilla, 02 Feb 2002