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Dnipropetrovs′k County (Ukraine)

Dniproptrovs′ka Oblast′

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Дніпропетровська область - Дніпродзержинськ

(2:3)Jens Pattke, 24 August 2002



See also:

Cities directly under the oblast / Місто обласного значення

  1. Dniprodzerzhyns′k (Дніпродзержинськ)
  2. Dnipropetrovs′k (Дніпродзержинськ)
  3. Kryvyi Rih (Кривий Ріг)
  4. Marhanets′ (Марганець)
  5. Nicopol′ (Нікополь)
  6. Novomoskovs′k (Новомосковськ)
  7. Ordzhonikidze (Орджонікідзе)
  8. Pavlohrad (Павлоград)
  9. Pershotravens′k (Першотравенськ)
  10. Synel′nykove (Синельникове)
  11. Ternivka (Тернівка)
  12. Vil′nohirs′k (Вільногірськ)
  13. Zhovti Vody (Жовті Води)

Districts (Rayon) and cities within them:

  1. Apostolove (Апостолове)
  2. Zelenodol′s′k (Зеленодольськ)
  3. Dnipropetrovs′k (Дніпродзержинськ)
  4. Krynychky (Кринички)
  5. Kryvyi Rih (Кривий Ріг)
  6. Mahdalynivka (Магдалинівка)
  7. Mezhova (Межова)
  8. Nicopol′ (Нікополь)
  9. Novomoskovs′k (Новомосковськ)
  10. Pavlohrad (Павлоград)
  11. Petrykivka (Петриківка)
  12. Petropavlivka (Петропавлівка)
  13. Pokrovs′ke (Покровське)
  14. Pokrovs′ke (Покровське)
  15. Piatykhatky (П'ятихатки)
  16. Shyroke (Широке)
  17. Solone (Солоне)
  18. Sofiyivka (Софіївка)
  19. Synel′nykove (Синельникове)
  20. Tomakivka (Томаківка)
  21. Tsarychanka (Царичанка)
  22. Tsarychanka (Царичанка)
  23. Vasyl′kivka (Васильківка)
  24. Verkhn′odniprovs′k (Верхньодніпровськ)
  25. Verkhn′odniprovs′k (Верхньодніпровськ)
  26. Yuryivka (Юр'ївка)

Overview

Soviet era name: Dnepropetrovsk.
Antonio Martins, 10 July 1999

The adopted flag and Coat of Arms of Dniepopetrovsk oblast are available at <www.adm.dp.ua>. It appears that the image of the Coat of Arms on the Ukrainian Heraldry website is not the current one but only a proposal. The final design is very close but different.
Pascal Gross, 24 August 2002

From Ukrainian Heraldry:
"It is a rectangular panel are bend by dark blue (top left part) and white (bottom right part) strips. The image on a flag reconstructs graphic elements of the oblast′ emblem. A flagstaff has length 2,5 meters and diameter 5sm. The fastening of a panel is carried out by the gold nails. A flagstaff's top has the metal image of the oblast′ emblem."
Dov Gutterman, 31 October 2002


Coat of Arms


Large Coat of Arms
image by Jens Pattke, 24 August 2002


Middle Coat of Arms
image by Jens Pattke, 24 August 2002


Small Coat of Arms
image by Jens Pattke, 24 August 2002

Proposal (?)


image from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry

From the site of Ukrainian Heraldry:
"The modern Coat of Arms is an argent shield bend sinister by the gules embattled and azure wavy lines. In the first part are three azure stars with for rays on each, in the second part is Zaporizhzhya Cossack with rifle. The shield is framed by a gold ear and an acacia branch, entwined by a blue-yellow ribbon".
Dov Gutterman, 3 December 2000