Municipality Ivanovskoe

Coat of arms and flag


Shield: Moscow shape, Azure. Charge, middle chief, a dove Argent, with wings elevated, inscribed in a circle of sunrays, Or. Base, two oak branches, Or, each with three leaves and two acorns.


The Moscow shape shield is blue and depicts a silver flying dove in a circle of gold sunrays above two gold oak branches, each with three leaves and two acorns.


The silver dove in gold sunrays is the heraldic symbol of the Holy Spirit and reminds of the Church of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, built in the village of Ivanovskoye in the 16th century. The name of the village possibly derives from the saint’s name. The oak branches point at a unique local forest — the Terletsky oak grove, whose name derives from that of its last owner, retired General Torletsky.


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

The flag is blue and depicts a white flying dove in a circle of 18 long and 18 short alternative yellow sunrays. The size of the image is 3/8 of the flag’s length and 9/16 of its width. The image is at an equal distance from the flag sides and shifted by 1/8 of the flag’s width to the top edge.

Depicted in the bottom are two yellow oak branches with leaves and acorns. The size of each image is 1/4 of the flag’s length and 3/8 of its width. The centre of each image is 7/24 of the flag’s length off its side edges, and 1/4 of its width off the bottom edge.