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Flag of Omsk Oblast
Omskaya Oblast'
Adopted October 10, 2002[1]
Designed by Igor Vakhitov, Albert Karimov, Igor Nikitin[2]
Proportions 2:3


The flag of Omsk Oblast, Russia, is a vertical tricolour of red, white, and red fields, defaced with a blue vertical wavy stripe.

SymbolismEdit

  • The red symbolises courage, bravery, and beauty.
  • The white symbolises purity, and snowy Siberian landscape.
  • The wavy blue stripe symbolises the Irtysh River.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Omsk Region at Flags of the World
  2. Omskaya Oblast at Vexillographia.ru
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