Municipality Molzhaninovskoe

Coat of arms and flag


Shield: Moscow shape. Paly of 5 — Gules, Argent and Vert: Gules and Argent Dexter, and Argent and Gules Sinister. Middle, Vert. Charge, water lily Argent of nine petals with horseshoe Or underneath, arch up.


The Moscow shape shield is divided vertically in five bands: red, silver, green, silver and red (from the right). The middle and the broadest band is green and depicts a silver water lily of nine petals with a gold horseshoe underneath, arch up.


The green band symbolises local forests, meadows and marshes. The nine petals of the water lily designate the nine villages that formerly occupied the area. The horseshoe symbolises the Spartak equestrian sport centre on the former site of the royal mews. The silver bands stand for the Skhodnya and Klyazma rivers. The red bands are for martial glory.


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

It consists of five vertical stripes — red, white, green, white and red. The breadth if the central, green stripe is 2/5 of the flag’s length. The other four stripes are of an equal size.

Depicted in the centre of the green stripe is a white water lily of nine petals. Underneath is a yellow horseshoe, arch up. The size of the image is 5/24 of the flag’s length and 3/5 of its width.