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Bezhtinskiy Uchastok, Dagestan (Russia)

Last modified: 2020-02-17 by rob raeside
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Flag of Daghestan image by Rob Raeside, 17 February 2020

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Presentation of Bezhtinskiy Uchastok

Bezhtinskiy Uchastok is a unique administrative-territorial and municipal entity in Russia. It was created in 1992 in Dagestan, within the Tsuntinskiy rayon.
Valentin Poposki, 16 October 2019

Description of the flag

Its flag is also very unique - it is vertical with seven long stripes of white-blue-red-white-green-blue-red, with wider central (white) stripe and Uchastok's emblem in the middle of the upper part of the flag over three central stripes. As you can see in this photograph, it is in fact the Russian and Dagestan flags with a white field between them and the emblem. I didn't find a horizontal version, but looking at the flag, it was probably never meant to be produced as a horizontal variant. Here are photos from three different occasions and image of the emblem.
Valentin Poposki, 16 October 2019

Coat of arms

President's flag of Daghestan Valentin Poposki, 16 October 2019