Municipality Kosino-Ukhtomskoe

Coat of arms and flag


Shield, Moscow shape, Azure. Chief, three damascene ovals, Argent. Base, conchiform wave, damascene, Argent. Centre, gutty Azure on Argent.


The Moscow shape shield is blue, with three silver damascene ovals on top and a silver damascene conchiform wave in the bottom, with several blue water drops in the centre.


The three silver ovals on blue represent three glacier lakes — White, Holy and Black, on whose banks archaeologists discovered traces of prehistoric settlements and excavated pagan burial mounds. The conchiform wave symbolizes the lakes’ role in local development. Tsar Peter the Great lived in Kosino in his late teens, in 1689-1691, and ordered a shipyard and a pier built on the east bank of White Lake, where his training fleet had exercises.


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

In the centre of the blue field is a white damascene spiral wave, with blue drops in the centre and three white damascene ovals horizontally arranged on top. The size of the image is 3/5 of the flag’s length and 9/10 of its width.