Municipality Marina Roshcha

Coat of arms and flag


Shield: Moscow shape, Or. Charge, Dancer in a dress Gules, with a scarf Gules in the right hand, her head wreathed in flowers, on a mount Vert. Chief, two leafy branches in proper colours, in a reversed arch.


The Moscow shape shield is gold and depicts a dancer in a red dress, a read scarf in her right hand, head wreathed in flowers, on a green hill. Above her are two leafy branches in natural colours, forming a reversed arch.


The dancer reminds of famous outdoor fetes held in the district on Semik, the 7th Thursday after Easter, two days before Whitsunday, every year from the Napoleonic War of 1812 into the early 20th century. The numerous rites of Semik, a festival with pagan roots, ushered in summer and extolled fertility.


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

It depicts a dancer in a red dress and a flower wreath on the head, against a yellow background, holding a red scarf in her right hand. A green hill is under her feet and two green branches in a reversed arch above her head.

The base of hill coincides with the bottom flag’s edge, and its height is 1/5 of the flag’s width. The dancer’s size is 3/8 of the flag’s length and 3/4 of its width. The centre of the image is at an equal distance from the side edges and shifted by 1/16 of the flag’s width from its centre to the bottom edge. The branches press to the top edge. Their size is 1/2 of the flag’s length and 7/60 of its width.