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The flag of rostov region The coat of arms of rostov region The flag consists of 3 horizontal stripes: blue, yellow and red. Each color symbolizes the unity of three peoples: blue – Cossacks, yellow – Kalmycs (who were the part of the Don Army), red – Russians. The Flag was designed by ataman Krasnov in 1918. In 1996 the white vertical stripe was added to symbolize the unity with Russia. The coat of arms represents the heraldic blue and silver shield on the background of the coat of arms of Russia. There is a fortress wall with 3 towers in the middle and a gold ear which covers a blue wave at the bottom of the shield. The coat of arms was designed by A. Kurmanovsky on the basis of the Don Army’s coat of arms. It was adopted in 1811.
The History of the Name The 5th century B.C. – Amazonia. The 3d century B.C. – Tanais (ancient Greeks and Romans called it “The Wild Field” or “The Great Meadow”) The XVI-XVII centuries – The Land of the Don Cossacks (the word “Don” may be of the Ossetic origin and means “water” or ”river”). 1920-1924 – Donskaya oblast, later the part of North Caucasian region and then the part of Azov-Black Sea Territory. 1937 – Rostov region
Neklinovsky District It is situated in the south-east of Rostov Region. The Coat of Arms and the Flag represent a shield at the bottom of which there is a blue wave with a sturgeon in it. There is a sunflower in the middle of the red field and a white cloth cover at the top of it. There are 18 village settlements in the district. The administrative center – Pokrovskoye The population – 82,7 thousand people The area – 2,1 thousand sq. km
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