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Andrushivka (Zhytomir, Ukraine)

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The Coat of Arms and Flag of Andrushivka (town in Zhytomyr oblast, Ukraine) were designed by A. Grechylo and adopted by local council on September 2, 2003.
Symbols: saltire, flower of ox-eye daizy, sugar pyramids and cup with flame.
Andriy Grechylo, 31 May 2004

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"It was confirmed at September, 2nd, 2003. A square red panel, on which is yellow Andrew cross (the width of a strip of a cross is equal 1/7 width of a flag), above it is the flower of camomile with white petals and the yellow core (the flower is entered in a conditional circle in diameter in 1/4 sides of a flag, the center of a flower is in the middle on distance of 1/6 sides of a flag from the top panel edge), on the sides are white sugar pyramids in yellow envelope, below is a white bowl with dark blue flame and yellow frame.
The regional center is near small river Gujva. The first mentions concern to 1683. Since 1848 the sugar factory (the first in territory of modern Zhytomyr oblast') started to operate. Due to development of this area the village in 1859 has received the status of city. The data on the historical arms are not revealed. ("Znak" N32, 2004)."
Dov Gutterman, 1 July 2004

Coat of Arms

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"It was confirmed at September, 2nd, 2003. In a gules field is or Andrew cross, above it is a flower of a camomile with argent petals and or core, on the sides are argent sugar pyramides in or envelope, below is argent with azure flame and or frame. The author is A.Grechylo.
Andrew cross specifies the name of city (from a name Andrew). The colors of cross and field emphasizes city finding in Zhytomyr oblast'. The camomile displays riches of the surrounding nature. Sugar in ancient packing means the basic industry, which assisted to development of settlement. The argent bowl with azure-or flame ("fiery water") means manufacture of spirit."
Dov Gutterman, 1 July 2004