|Flag of Voronezh Oblast|
|Adopted||July 5, 2005 |
|Designed by||K. Mochënov, Yu. Korzhik, M. Medvedev, R. Malanichev, O. Afans'yeva|
The flag of Voronezh Oblast, Russia, is red rectangle with width/length ratio 2:3 depicting the elements of the coat of arms of the oblast: yellow mountain slope coming down from the hoist side, formed of big stones, with white pitcher toppled over, from which water is pouring.
- Mountain stands for hilly landscape of the oblast.
- Pitcher stands for richness and fertility of the oblast's soils. 
On July 1, 1997, the Oblast Duma adopted a flag of the oblast based on flag of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic: red rectangle with blue stripe along the hoist side, charged with the coat of arms of the oblast.
In Octoper 2007 a project of the new flag appeared at the official site of the oblast administration.
- ↑ Vexillographia.ru
- ↑ State Symbols of Russia
- ↑ State symbols of Russia and Voronezhskaya Oblast at the site of Voronezhskaya Oblast administration