Flag of Omsk Oblast

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The flag of Omsk Oblast, approved June 17, 2003,Authors: I.A. Vahitov, A.M. Karimov, A. Nikitin

The flag of Omsk Oblast is the official symbol of Omsk Oblast in Russia.[1]

Description[edit]

The flag of Omsk Oblast is a rectangular cloth of three vertical bands of equal size: the right and left red and white medium. In the center of the white band is placed vertical wavy azure pole is 1/3 of its width.

The ratio of the flag's width to its length is 2:3.

The interpretation of symbols[edit]

The main background of the flag of Omsk Oblast is red. It symbolizes bravery, courage, fearlessness. It is the color of life, charity, and love.

White - a symbol of nobility, purity, justice, generosity. At the same time the white color indicates the climatic features of Siberia.

Wavy azure (blue) post symbolizes the Irtysh River, the main waterway of the oblast. Allegorically blue reflects the beauty, majesty, gentleness.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ЗАКОН ОМСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ О ГЕРБЕ И ФЛАГЕ ОМСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ".