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Municipality Babushkinskoe

Coat of arms and flag

Blazon

Shield: Moscow shape, Azure. Party per fess of an oak and a laurel branches, Or. Chief, Sh-2 amphibious plane, Argent. Base, hammer Argent, head down, superimposed in saltire by sword Argent, point up. Behind them is a boundary pillar of seven horizontal stripes, Gules and Vert alternating, bordured in Argent.

Description

The Moscow shape shield is blue, divided horizontally by an oak and a laurel branches, both gold. Depicted on the top is a silver Sh-2 amphibious plane. In the bottom is a silver hammer, head down, superimposed in an oblique cross by a silver sword, point up. Behind them is a boundary pillar of seven horizontal stripes, red alternating with green, edged in silver.

Symbolism

The plane symbolises the exploits of famous Arctic pilot Mikhail Babushkin, after whom the district is named. The pillar symbolises the Moscow Border Troops Institute, and the sword military research institutes, schools and units numerous in the district — suffice to mention the well-known Suvorov Cadet School. The hammer points at the district as a prominent industrial cluster, and the oak and laurel branches military valour and dedicated labour.

Description

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

In the centre of a blue field are two horizontal yellow branches joined in the middle — an oak branch turned hoistwise, and a laurel one of the opposite direction. The size of the image is 59/60 of the flag’s length and 1/10 of its width.

On top of the branches is a white Sh-2 amphibious plane half-turned to the hoist. Its size is 11/24 of the flag’s length and 3/10 of its width. The centre is at an equal distance from the side edges and 1/5 of the flag’s width off the top edge.

Below is a white hammer, head down, superimposed by a white sword, point up, in an oblique cross, against the background of a boundary pillar with six horizontal stripes, red and green alternating. The size of the image is 1/3 of the flag’s length and 1/2 of its width. The centre is at an equal distance from the side edges and 1/4 of the flag’s width off the bottom edge.