|Flag of Kirov Oblast|
|Adopted||June 30, 2003 |
|Designed by||Sergey Yuryevich Gorbachev and Aleksandr Ivanovich Veprikov |
The flag of Kirov Oblast, Russia, is rectangle with width/length ratio 2:3 divided into three stripes: the upper stripe is white and occupies 3/4 of the width of the flag; the middle stripe is green and occupies 1/8 of the flag width; the lower stripe is blue and occupies 1/8 of the flag width. In the centre of the white stripe there is the oblast coat of arms, fimbriated with red. 
- The white symbolises the purity of moral principles, good nature, modesty, and snowy winter.
- The green symbolises hope, joy, health, fertility of the land, and forest wealth.
- The blue symbolises faithfulness, honesty, irreproachability, and the Vyatka River that united the citizens of the oblast on its banks.
- ↑ Flag of Kirovskaya Oblast at Geraldika.ru
- ↑ Kirovskaya Oblast at Vexillographia.ru
- ↑ Kirovskaya Oblast at State Symbol
- ↑ Flag of Kirovskaya Oblast at Russian Wikipedia