|Flag of Lipetsk Oblast|
|Adopted||August 2, 2003|
|Designed by||K. Mochenov (original design)|
The flag of Lipetsk Oblast, Russia, is red a red rectangular sheet with width/length proportions 2:3, featuring the same objects as the shield of the oblast coat of arms: yellow linden (2/3 of the flag width) standing on five green hills (1/3 of the flag width) reaching the left and right edges of the flag.
- The linden (in Russian липа, lipa) symbolizes the name of the oblast. It also stands for brotherhood, wealth, health, concordance, "having roots", goodwill etc.
- The thick crown of the linden symbolizes fertility.
- The yellow colour stands for agriculture, and symbolizes the sun, wealth, crops etc.
- The red colour stands for industry, hard labour of the workers.
- The green colour stands for nature, prosperity, and stability.