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Stary Oskol city (Belgorod oblast, Russia)

Старый Оскол

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António Martins-Tuválkin, 1 Jul 2006

A county-status city with about 217 thousand inhabitants in 2004, founded in 1593 and important for its iron mines. More details. According to this page, reported by Valentin Poposki on 30 Sep 2005, this flag is still a project pending approval. It is based on the CoA: a 2:3 red over green flag divided in ascending diagonal with a rifle on the red area and golden thing on the green area. (An exact BoA except for the missing canton, filled in the CoA with the regional arms, as usual in Russian subnational BoAs.)
António Martins-Tuválkin, 1 Jul 2006

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