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Tallinn Subdivisions (Estonia)

Tallinn Linnaosad

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Haabersti

Flag


by Ivan Sache, 31 May 2000
Adopted 26 March 1997
Ratio: 7:9

Haabersti - Green refers to much greenery. Silver refers to light and mentality. Circle symbolizes balance, harmony and protection. Also is the shape of part of Haabersti -Va:ike-O~isma:e. Waves refer to Tiskre stream, Harku lake and sea. From http://www.rk.ee/symb/haaberst.html
Erki Kurrikoff, 6 April 2001

Coat of Arms


from: http://www.rk.ee/symb/

Previous Reported Coat of Arms


from: http://www.rk.ee/symb/


Kristiine Coat of Arms


from: http://www.rk.ee/symb/

Kristiine - Tallinn's coat of arms. Clover leaf refers to closeness with nature. from http://www.rk.ee/symb/kristiin.html .
Erki Kurrikoff, 6 April 2001


Lasnamäe

Flag


by Ivan Sache, 26 January 2000
Adopted: 28 March 1995
Proportions: 7:11

Blue refers to the connection with sea, silver refers to cliff of limestone and big residential buildings. Star refers to lighthouse.
Erki Kurrikoff, 6 April 2001

Coat of Arms


from: http://www.rk.ee/symb/


Nomme

Flag


by Jorge Candeias , 26 July 1999
Adopted: 29 June 1992

Coat of Arms


from: http://www.rk.ee/symb/


Pirita

Flag


by Ivan Sache , 27 January 2000
Adopted: 20 December 1994

Flag ratio 7:9. Circle-cross is the symbol of Order of Saint Birgitta which abbey was there. Also it is symbol of the sun (beaches). Waves refer to the river of Pirita. Blue refers to the bay of Tallinn.
Erki Kurrikoff, 6 April 2001

Coat of Arms


from: http://www.rk.ee/symb/


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