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Mala Vyska (Kirovograd, Ukraine)

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Mала Виска

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image by Ivan Sache, 8 May 2006



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The Gonfalone

From the site of Ukrainian Heraldry:
"It was confirmed at 2000. The square panel is divided by a white horizontal wavy strip into crimson and dark blue parts. In the top part is the yellow twelve-bows star; a ratio of width of parts is as 4:1:1."
Dov Gutterman, 21 January 2003


Coat of Arms


image from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry

From the site of Ukrainian Heraldry:
"It was confirmed at 2000. The shiels per fess by the argent abaised wavy fess on a gules field and an azure base. In the first field are crossed yatahgan and a sword, above it is or twelve-bows star. The author is Yu.Brovchenko. The star is a symbol of purposefulness and attentiveness, a reference point of a just way, a pledge of heavenly protection, spiritual and material revival, the declaration of a humane public choice. The crossed yatahgan and sword is the symbol of an opposition of death, a mention of struggle of the Ukrainian cossacks with the Tatar and turkish enslavers which occured on these lands. The argent wavy strip symbolizes Mala Vyska river on which banks was the settlement which now became city."
Dov Gutterman, 21 January 2003