Municipality Lianozovo

Coat of arms and flag


Shield: Moscow shape, Vert. Chief, lyre Or. Base, two oak branches Or, with acorns, spreading horizontally.


The Moscow shape shield is green and depicts a gold lyre with two gold oak branches in a horizontal belt beneath.


The gold lyre on green symbolises Lianozovo Park, the Russian Tennis Club and artist Konstantin Vasilyev’s museum, which together form a recreation zone and cultural centre unofficially known as Lianozovo Arbat, and cultural monuments, in which the locality abounds. The oak branches symbolise a vast forest preserved during mass housing construction, which takes up 20% of the district’s area and includes an oak grove.


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

It is green and depicts a yellow lyre and spreading oak branches crossing the flag horizontally underneath.

The lyre size is 5/24 of the flag’s length and 7/16 of its width. Its centre is at an equal distance from the side edges and shifted from the flag’s centre to the top edge by 3/16.

The breadth of the oak belt is 1/4 of the flag’s width. Its central line is 1/4 of the flag’s width off the bottom edge.