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Ulan-Bator City

[Flag of Ulan Bator] by Pascal Gross


"Ulaanbaatar now also has its own banner, which is sky blue in colour and in the centre of the flag is depicted the Geruda bird."
Dirk Schoenberger, 10 August 2002

[Colourful Flag of Ulan Bator]       [White silk  Flag of Ulan Bator] both images by Ivan Sarajcic (using arms from

Info about logo and flag from official web site of Ulan Bator city (or in mongolian language):

"CITY LOGO:The Traditional religion of the Bogd Khan Mount Khangarid is official emblem of the city that dwelled on the bumper shaped back. The Khangarid emblem implied about for the city will be develop, popularity in the world. Symbol on the Forehead of the Khangarid implied referenced for polity and knowledge, right hand has the (ocher) key that implied open the blessedness door for citizens, left hand has the lotus that implied affirmation of the peace and tramped on snake that implied annihilated for enemy of human from the world."
   "OFFICIAL FLAG OF THE CITY: The city’s flag colored the blue of the sky. The symbol of the city depictured by white silk and bordered by golden thread on the blue flag. It means city residents respect their polity and bloom their life. The flag’s weight, long is 1:1,5."

Interestingly, different flags are shown on different language pages. It seems that text is the same. Description bears some inconsistencies. It says "blue of the sky", but the image shows clearly dark blue. English page shows coloured "logo", in contrast, on Mongolian page there is a "logo" in white "bordered by golden thread". Flag is vertically hoisted, gonfalon-like with ratio of 2:3 (1:1.5) and woth the addition of three triangually-ended tails.

Photos from web sites of mayor and city council, however, show flag like one already on FOTW {mn-ub.gif}, but with darker blue shade. We can't say what is official for now, but dark blue flag with colourful "logo" is obviously in use.
Ivan Sarajcic, 15 February 2008

Ulan-Bator City COA

[COA of Ulan Bator] by Pascal Gross