Yaroslavl Oblast

Blazons of Yaroslavl Oblast Towns



Coat of arms of Yaroslavl Oblast was instituted on February 27, 2001.


Yaroslavl Yaroslavl. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Borisoglebsk

Borisoglebsk (the part of Romanov-Borisoglebsk). Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Breitovo Breitovo

Danilov Danilov. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

The legend says, that during one of his trips on the north Peter I made a stop in Danilov Sloboda, visited wooden church here and was extremely not pleased its squalor and poverty. To please to the emperor, the local nobility on the parishioners taxes had laid the foundation of a new stone cathedral with a bell tower. After the construction of the cathedral the letter and the souvenir, silver chess made by Danilov skilled craftsmen, were sent to Peter I. The chess field in the blazon is a memory of this souvenir.

Lyubim Lyubim. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Myshkino Myshkino. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Pereslavl-Zalessky Pereslavl-Zalessky (old blazon). Instituted on August 16, 1781.

Pereslavl-Zalessky Pereslavl-Zalessky (new blazon). Instituted in 1957.

Petrovsk Petrovsk. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Poshekhonie-Volodarsk Poshekhonie-Volodarsk. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Romanov-Borisoglebsk Tutaev (Romanov-Borisoglebsk). Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Rostov Rostov. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Rybinsk Rybinsk. Instituted on August 31, 1778.

Uglich

Uglich. Instituted on August 31, 1778. Description: "The image of killed czarevitch Dmitry Ioannovich in dark red field".


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