Municipality Novokosino

Coat of arms and flag


Shield: Moscow shape. Party per chevron embattled, Or. Chief, paly of 5, Purpue and Argent. Base, Vert. Charge, the rising sun, Or, in the Dexter base corner.


The Moscow shape shield is divided by a gold crenellated chevron. The top field has two silver vertical stripes between three purple ones. The bottom field is green and depicts the rising sun, in gold, in the bottom right corner.


The gold crenellated chevron symbolizes the pioneer layout of the district, whose construction was launched on September 3, 1986. The royal purple and silver of the top field designate the royal ownership of the locality (the first written reference to Novokosino as Tsar Alexis Romanov’s patrimony dates to the 17th century). The rising sun on green shows that the district is Moscow’s easternmost.


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

The flag is divided by a yellow crenellated chevron, whose centre coincides with the centre of the flag, and the height is 1/3 of the flag’s width.

The upper field consists of five vertical stripes, 3 purple alternating with 2 white, of equal width.

The bottom field is green and depicts the yellow rising sun in the bottom hoist edge. The size of the image is 1/3 of the flag’s length and 3/8 of its width.