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Monachynivka (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

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Моначинівка

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by Ivan Sache, 11 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 square, horizontally divided green-red (3:7). The green stripe is charged with a yellow acorn surrounded by three oak leaves, two horizontal leaves flanking the acorn and the third being placed vertically above it. The red field is charged with a music intrument with strings, which seems to be the Ukrainian national instrument, the bandura.
Ivan Sache, 11 March 2004

According to the site, the instrument is "Kobza".
Dov Gutterman, 11 March 2004


Coat of Arms


from Ukrainian Heraldry website

"Gules; or kobza. In the vert head is or oak branch which has three leaf and acorns. The arms is edged by decorative cartouche and decorated by a rural crown.
Both fields are connected to stay in village of G.S. Skovoroda. The oak branch symbolizes the oaks planted by him, one of which has received now memorial registration. Kobza reminds that he liked to play on it."
Source: Ukrainian Heraldry website
Dov Gutterman, 7 March 2004


The Village

"It was found in the end of XVII century. By the one version, the name occurs from a surname of cossack Monachyn. By another, this district was marshy. In bogs twisted jacks sandpipers which have folk name "bulls" by their loud voice. People spoke: "Guest (mana) makes any bad business". Village name has appeared by word "mana"."
Source: Ukrainian Heraldry website
Dov Gutterman, 7 March 2004


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