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Flag of Bashkortostan
Respublika Bashkortostan
Adopted February 25, 1992
Designed by Ol'ga Yevgen'yevna Asabina and Ural Temirbulatovich Masalimov
Proportions 1:2

The flag of Bashkortostan is a horizontal tricolour of blue, white, and green. With inflorescence of kurai (Pleurospermum uralense) within a circle (1/4 of the width of the flag) in the centre of the white stripe.

SymbolismEdit

Blue stands for clearity, virtue, and purity of Bashkirs' intentions. White stands for peace, openness, and co-operativeness. Green stands for freedom and eternity of life.

The flower in the center of the flag is a traditional Bashkir flower called "Kurai" and is regarded as a symbol of friendship. Its seven petals on the flag represent the original seven tribes (families) who laid foundation for consolidating the peoples of Bashkortostan on its territory.

ReferencesEdit

Russia Federal subjects of Russia
Republics: AdygeaAltayBashkortostanBuryatiaChechnyaChuvashiaDagestanIngushetiaKabardino-BalkariaKalmykiaKarachay-CherkessiaKareliaKhakassiaKomiMari ElMordoviaNorth Ossetia—AlaniaSakhaTatarstanTuvaUdmurtia
Krays: AltayskiyKamchatkaKrasnodarKrasnoyarskKhabarovskPermPrimorskyStavropolZabaykalsky
Oblasts: AmurArkhangelskAstrakhanBelgorodBryanskChelyabinskIrkutskIvanovoKaliningradKalugaKemerovoKirovKostromaKurganKurskLeningradLipetskMagadanMoscowMurmanskNizhny NovgorodNovgorodNovosibirskOmskOrenburgOryolPenzaPskovRostovRyazanSakhalinSamaraSaratovSmolenskSverdlovskTambovTomskTulaTverTyumenUlyanovskVladimirVolgogradVologdaVoronezhYaroslavl
Cities of federal status: MoscowSaint Petersburg
Autonomous oblast: Jewish
Autonomous okrugs: ChukotkaKhanty-MansiNenetsYamalo-Nenets

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