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Gusynka (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

Гусинка, Husinka

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by Ivan Sache, 8 March 2004



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The Gonfalon

"It is square panel with the emblem colors and figures."
Source: Ukrainian Heraldry website
Dov Gutterman, 7 March 2004

The flag is divided blue-red by a white ascending wavy diagonal. A yellow goose with a red beak and spread wings is placed over the two fields.
Ivan Sache, 8 March 2004


Coat of Arms


from Ukrainian Heraldry website

"Shield per bend sinister wavy on azure and gules. In the center is the or goose. Azure is the symbol of greatness and beauty of this land, or means courage and bravery. Sinicter is a symbol of small Husynka river. The goose is a symbol of the village name."
Source: Ukrainian Heraldry website
Dov Gutterman, 7 March 2004


The Village

"It was found in 1682. The first name is Hysynets', by the name of the river on which the settlement was built. On its coast liked to have a rest the wild geese.
Since 1762 here frequently lived famous Ukrainian philosopher, poet, musician and educator Grygoriy Savych Skovoroda."
Source: Ukrainian Heraldry website
Dov Gutterman, 7 March 2004

The village appears as Hysynka at the English version of Ukrainian Heraldry website. Correct name of this village is HUSYNKA. The bird in the flag is "the goose",   "hus, husak" - in Ukrainian. Authors of the site made mistake. In Ukrainian version of this page the inscription is correct.
Victor Lomantsov, 8 March 2004


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