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Ryazan’ Region now has the flag — three horizonthal stripes: white,
gold, red and a figure of ancient prince of Ryazan’ (“knyaz”) in
the centre, according to Yuri Rocich. Anyway, it’s not certain that
Yury knows exactly how the flag look like (proportion of the figure of
the prince, is there a shield behind the figure, etc.). Unfortunately,
all the Ryazan’ websites don’t speak about the flag nor show any image,
it’s hard to find something to confirm this information.
Victor Lomantsov, 31 Aug 2000 and 03 Oct 2000
The simplest variants of standarts are imposing of the
arms on a national flag.
Except for Republics on this way send authorities of the Ryazan
Sergey Filatov, 10 Oct 2005
Most of these flags are squarish (about 11:12),
rigid and fringed variants of the region (Governors) or Republic (Presidents)
flags with the regional emblem over all.
António Martins, 02 Oct 2005
Regional Duma (parliament) adopted the coat of arms on 6, august, 1997. It was the
shield only. On 24, june, 1998 the Duma readopted the coat of arms with supporters,
crown, mantle etc. Author of the drawing is Michail Shelkovenko. Main element of the
coat of arms — ancient prince ("knyaz") with sword and sheath (firstly displayed
as coat of arms of Ryazan’ land in XVII c.). Ryazan’ was a sovereign state
("knyazhestvo") before union with Moscow. Supporters — two horses. Horse was
the symbol of Ryazan’ on State Seal of czar Ivan the Terrible (XVI cent.). The coat of
arms of the city, since 1779 to today, is the same (only the shield, without supporters,
Victor Lomantsov, 31 Aug 2000