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Dobryanka city (Perm Region, Russia)

g. Dobrânka

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г. Добрянка

Flag of Dobrânka city
image by António Martins, 02 May 2000
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About the flag

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 "Д" Or. Blue (azure) colour symbolizes the river Kama and it’s Reservoir.
Victor Lomantsov, 28 Mar 2000

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

Coat of arms

Flag of Dobrânka city
image 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 "Д" 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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