Municipality Dmitrovskoe

Coat of arms and flag


Shield: Moscow shape. Tierced per chevron reversed, formed by two lightnings, Or. Dexter and Sinister, Gules masoned in Argent. Middle, Argent ermined. Charge, princely crown in Gules and Or.


The Moscow shape shield is divided by a reversed triangle formed by two gold lightnings. The right and left fields are red and crossed by silver lines imitating brickwork. The central field is ermined on silver and depicts a red and gold princely crown.


The red field symbolises the local industrial area, particularly a major brickmaking plant established at the beginning of the 20th century, and a clay pellet plant.

The chevron symbolises the shape of the district — a triangle in the city’s north. The lightning bordering it on two sides points at a local power plant.

The crown in the ermine field is part of the emblem of Dmitrov, a town that gave its name to the district and to the Dmitrovskoye Highway, along which it stretches.


The flag of the Dmitrovsky Municipal District is a two-sided rectangle with a 2:3 width to length ratio.

The flag is red and crossed by white lines imitating brickwork, with a reversed ermined triangle. Its apex is in the middle of the bottom edge and the sides are formed by yellow lightnings stretching down from the flag’s top edges. A red princely crown is depicted in the white field. Its size is 4/15 of the flag’s length and 1/5 of its width. The centre is at an equal distance from the side edges and 7/20 of the flag’s width off the top edge.