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Mogilev County (Belarus)

Mahilev Voblast'

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Магілёўская вобласць

image by Jens Pattke, 2 July 2004



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The Flag

On January, 3, 2005, by Decree number 1 by the President of the Republic of Belarus adopted new symbols in the Region of Mogilyov (or the Mogilyov Voblast`):
coat of arms and flag of the Region of Mogilyov; coat of arms and flag of Mogilyov City; coat of arms and flag of Bobruysk City; coat of arms and flag of Osipovichi City; coat of arms and flag of Kostyukovichi City and Kostyukovichi County; coat of arms and flag of Slavgorod City and Slavgorod County; coat of arms and flag of city-settlement Dribin; coat of arms and flag of city-settlement Krasnopolie and Krasnopolie County; coat of arms of Klichev City and Klichev County; coat of arms of Tchausy City.

The flag of the Region of Mogilyov is red, 1:2 , in the centre of avers [sic!!! unilateral flag!] is fullcolors image of the coat of arms of the Region of Mogilyov.
Mikhail Revnivtsev 8 November 2005


Coat of Arms

image by Jens Pattke

Coat of arms of the Region of Gomel is gold shield with Mogilyov`s-Brotherly icon of the Mother of God on azure oval. In the bottom part of a shield there are three green hills. On three hills three red ears with gold stalks. The shield is surrounded with a wreath from gold oak leaves and gold laurel leaves, tied up azure St.Andrews Order ribbon (a ribbon of the Order of the St. Apostle Andreas Firstcalled).

[This Order existed in Russian Empire and was the most supreme Order. Such azure St. Andrews Order ribbon was in the coat of arms of governments in Russian Empire]
Mikhail Revnivtsev 8 November 2005


Mogilev Region of the Belarusian MVD (Internal Police)

image located by Zachary Harden, 31 May 2012

This is the banner of the Mogilev Region of the Belarusian MVD (Internal Police), seen at a graduation parade.  See http://www.mvd.gov.by/sm_full.aspx?guid=49363 for the full image.

Zachary Harden, 31 May 2012